Auto Repair: How to Replace Vacuum Hoses

Auto Repair: How to Replace Vacuum Hoses


if you hear hissing sounds coming within your engine I recommend checking out your vacuum hoses hi I’m Barbra Terry with Auto MD vacuum hoses are vital for component operation if you do find a leak you’ll need to replace it parts and tools needed for this job you will need a vacuum hose and vacuum operated components the tools you will need for this project are a screwdriver and pliers your own vehicle components and parts may differ so always refer to your vehicle’s owner’s manual for details for your safety we recommend wearing safety glasses latex gloves and closed toed shoes when working on your vehicle open the hood and locate the vacuum hoses inspect for cracked or broken vacuum hoses throughout the engine compartment pull the leaking vacuum hose from the plastic or metal connectors be careful not to damage the plastic connector generally vacuum hoses are pushed onto plastic connectors and splitters and can easily be pulled off slide the new vacuum hose onto the connectors start the vehicle and retest to verify repairs check for proper vehicle idle speed on behalf of auto MD I’m Barbara Terry with how to replace your vacuum hose


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