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Old 11-15-2008, 10:14 PM   #1
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Talking Tech Thread..C3 Vacuum Schematic

Several people have asked me to post this secmatic of the Vacuum System in the C3



I don't know if you can enlarge it here soo I will add it to My Pics in my Profile...

I Found it when I was looking for Vac Components at ECKLERS ..It is a PDF in the "INSTRUCTIONS" for the Vacuum Accuator under the Steering Wheel !!
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huh, doesn't look that bad in that pic. I've been lucky so far and haven't had to deal with any real vacuum issue. I hear they really suck
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huh, doesn't look that bad in that pic. I've been lucky so far and haven't had to deal with any real vacuum issue. I hear they really suck
CAN BE... Less Hose is usually more...at least that is what I have found out but still confuseing...This is the best refrence I have found and it Still is kinda Vague..
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CAN BE... Less Hose is usually more...at least that is what I have found out but still confuseing...This is the best refrence I have found and it Still is kinda Vague..
That diagram is not correct.The hoses at the headlight switch are in the wrong positions.
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Old 11-20-2008, 08:53 PM   #6
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X.......I posted a diagram last night but it didnt show the hoses at the headlight switch and the pulldown bypass very well so I deleted it. This one shows how the above diagram is inaccurate.

Last edited by doitinavette; 11-21-2008 at 08:58 AM. Reason: posted a blurry diagram and wanted to coreect with a good one
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