How to Find and Fix Vacuum Leaks Ultimate Guide

In this video I go over all the different symptoms and things you can use to find vacuum leaks on your car, a vacuum leak can cause a rough, low or high idling car and its important to find an fix because it can damage engine components but also cause poor gas mileage. There are also a few things that get overlooked when checking for vacuum leaks like the EGR Valve, PCV Valve and the Power Brake Booster which I cover in this video.

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