2000 Pontiac Grand Prix "vacuum tree" Questions

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...top of the supercharger itself located above the vacuum tree fitting. It is held in place by two 10mm bolts. Take the metal cap off and take out the PCV valve. Replace it and reinstall that metal

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...vacuum tree. It is called a tree because it is shaped like a tree trunk with a few branches and each branch has a vacuum hose. As water temperature increases the vacuum routing changes. The cold ...

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Vacuum tree" in the intake manifold. This can cause RPM problems when the wrong hose is routed to the wrong port. These "Vacuum Trees" work off of Water heat to route Vacuum. The Automatic versions of

vacuum tree, adjacent to the throttle body. The tree feeds various vacuum controlled devices, boosters, and solenoids. Older vacuum style cruise control systems have a large control actuator which can

...vacuum lines connected to a "tree"one of these should veer off to a vacuum accumulator(colletor) this should be a large black, or white sometimes, ball with to spouts containing vacuum lines. One of ...

...are vacuum controlled with what is called a "vacuum tree" which routes the vacuum to the dashpot by temperature. Vacuum tree could have wrong hose routing or THERMOSTAT for engine could be too

Follow the black vacuum hose from the vacuum tree under the hood at the firewall to inside the car. It runs from the left side of the car near the brake booster to the right side near the accumulator

...vacuum is connected to the manifold tree. I need to know how to re tube the vacuum system correctly so i can get it to run right and pass smog. right now it can't even adjust timing because it is on ...

...tree has fallen down the windshield into the induction cowling for the AC, where it has accumulated and further decayed into a finer dust. When you drive, air is forced through and blows this debris ...

...regulator and there was no vacuum off of tree on intake Hi, Sounds like you have an air intake leak. Most likely a bad gasket on the manifold to the engine block. Replace with new one. Good

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