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Intake Manifold Vacuum

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                                       INTAKE MANIFOLD VACUUM

5. Intake Manifold Vacuum                                          By observing the gauge needle movement, the in-
                                                                   ternal condition of engine can be diagnosed as de-
A: INSPECTION                                                      scribed below.
1) Warm-up the engine.
2) Disconnect the brake vacuum hose, and then in-
stall the vacuum gauge to hose fitting on manifold.
3) Keep the engine at idle speed, and then read the
vacuum gauge indication.


                                                                   Vacuum pressure (at idling, A/C "OFF"):
                                                                     Less than -60.0 kPa (-450 mmHg, -17.72 in-
                              Diagnosis of engine condition by measurement of manifold vacuum
                     Vacuum gauge indication                                          Possible engine condition
1. Needle is steady but lower than normal position. This ten-     Leakage around intake manifold gasket or disconnection or
dency becomes more evident as engine temperature rises.           damaged vacuum hose
2. When engine speed is reduced slowly from higher speed,         Back pressure too high, or exhaust system clogged
needle stops temporarily when it is lowering or becomes steady
above normal position.
3. Needle intermittently drops to position lower than normal      Leakage around cylinder
4. Needle drops suddenly and intermittently from normal posi-     Sticky valves
5. When engine speed is gradually increased, needle begins to Weak or broken valve springs
vibrate rapidly at certain speed, and then vibration increases as
engine speed increases.
6. Needle vibrates above and below normal position in narrow      Defective ignition system


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