Date: Wed, 02 Aug 2000 17:22:48 GMT From: "fro" <fronopsamrlog.comm> Subject: Re: turbo/apc gauge doesn't work...what's wrong?
And the winner is the manifold hose. Was dangling beside where it was supposed to be. Next question is...to replace all the Vacuum hose, what's the best source? Mathias wrote in message <398743CB.88D5B139nopsamnt.ser>... >This hose is split into three.....one end connects to the bypassvalve, one >connects to the mainfold and the third one connects to the pressure gauge. Check >all three.... > >If its the one connected to the gauge, then you can probably here a "psssss" >sound when you have boost..... > >/Mathias > >Keith Grider wrote: > >> Fro, >> >> If you have been in the engine compartment working, you may have >> inadvertantly disconnected the hose. Look around for any hose that is not >> hooked to anything. The APC gage is just a vacuum/pressure gage hooked to >> the manifold. I looked at a used 9000 that was this way. I asked the owner >> if I could hook it back up, and it worked fine. >> >> Keith Grider >> >> "fro" <fronopsamrlog.comm> wrote in message >> news:1mzh5.1$O5.265nopsam20.bellglobal.com... >> > Last night my Turbo/APC gauge stopped moving. Anyone ever seen this and >> > what does it indicate? The turbo boost is still there, just no indication >> > of it. Also, all the other gauges are still working. >> > >> > >