V-8 really doesn't have a carb. That is the air induction system. The underhood decal is the finest. Hopefully it is still there. Otherwise there can be some differences. There are quite a few hoses. Without the under hood perhaps a Mitchell Manual. Or call the friendly folks at Dodge.
these are on the front of the carburetor after the intake
Vacuum lines installed correctly? Vacuum ports on carb. working?
any petcocks on the throttle body or intake are vacuum lines excluding fuel lines
The vacuum lines go to various places on the 1994 Dodge Shadow. The engine, brake booster, even the air doors for heat and AC all operate with help from the vacuum system.
To properly connect all of the vacuum lines on a 1985 Parisienne, you will deed a vacuum system diagram. the diagram is in the vehicles service manual, which is available at most auto parts.
The heater/ac doors are all electric. They are not vacuum controlled.
Most vacuum lines are 1/4 inch, some that go into the bottom of the carburetor are 1/2 inch. Hope this helps
go to the library and get a chiltons repair manual for 71 dodge.
I have attached a link for the 91 B2200 vacuum diagram, it should be almost the same. Mazdatrucking.com is a great resource with lots of info on repairs.
Go to this link and select your motor/carburetor... http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c152800cc478
1989 Tercel does not have a carburetor, it is Fuel Injected. Wrong. My 1989 Tercel has a carb.
If equipped, it is on the top of the transfer case and has four vacuum lines plugged into it.
Vacuum lines supply vacuum for various functions.
on top of the transfer case. You should see 4 vacuum lines going to the top of the switch
The vacuum lines, in a 1993 Honda accord, are controlled by a vacuum pump. The vacuum pump regulates the proper pressure in the vacuum lines.
Under the hood, they are plugged into the Intake plenum by the MAF.
I would start by checking vacuum lines
Remove all vacuum lines connected to carb. Remove shift linkage and accelerator linkage Remove mounting bolts Remove Carb.
Probably not. The backfiring is usually caused by a lean condition. Check all your vacuum lines and gaskets for leaks.
get a manual and use lots of zip ties
the brake vacuum booster connects to the intake manifold all by itself and the PCV valve hose should hook directly to your carburetor.
The best place to look is a service manual for the vehicle.
where do the vacuum lines go on the 91 4runner
A gas engine does not have a vacuum pump. Vacuum pumps are used on diesels only as they do not pull vacuum from the manifold. Gas engines use vacuum lines (usually stemming from intake or throttle body)
Check the vacuum lines on the driver side of the engine.