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Old 11-13-2020, 03:18 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by heiche View Post
yeah, lots of different ways to do it. personally i just go for the very low (2 or 3 psi) test, remove oil cap, then remove the large hose from the air cleaner housing and use something cobbled together to get air into that. then listen and feel for leaks, and spray soapy water if necessary on everything that could be a leak.

with that low pressure test, i don't find it necessary to block off any vac lines etc.
if you do a smoke test, is that more thorough then a pressure test? or do they achieve different things?
also when doing a smoke tes, do you need to block off vacuum lines?? i need to know as well lol
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