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Switching vaccums = Loss of power???

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by CRXSI91, Apr 22, 2005.

  1. CRXSI91

    CRXSI91 Senior Member

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    well today i was tuning my car for nopi..and ever since i bought the car,the vaccums havent been right..the car used to idle at 2000 rpms...so i switched them around and got it down to about 900....but when i did that...the car feels like it isnt as torquey as it was when it was at 2 grand...did i lose power by switching some of the vac lines around? cus if so ill switch them back to what it was before...unless someone can direct me to a wiring schematic for an 92 ls motor in a EF chassis....someone please help...nopi is tommorow,and i gotta get up at 6 in the mornin. :unsure:
     
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