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Old 02-20-2009, 05:26 PM
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Vacuum lines - thermostatic door

I've been cleaning up the vacuum lines on my 86 GW with a 360. Where is the vacuum suppose to be hooked to for the air diverter door in the air cleaner housing? Is it connect to the side of the air cleaner or the bottom? Currently it's connected to the bottom and does not seem to be opening once warmed up.

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Old 02-20-2009, 09:37 PM
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There should be two vac valves connected togeather with their associated delay valves. These are routed to the back of the air cleaner and then into the vacume system. I think the cold door stays open if their is no vac but not sure. When the system is working, they regulate between and keep the air a consistant temp.

There is a good write up on this in the standard Haynes manual. The shop manual has better vac diagrams.

There are some variations in the setup. I'm referencing my 89 info.
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