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It is located on the rear of the transmission. Should be round and have a vacuum hose attached to the middle of it.
Most all of the vacuum lines will start from the intake manifold in the rear..........
no it is operated by the vacuum pump under the rear seat
Use a Vacuum.
Yes Mine Has that to it's a 95.
The vacuum modulator on a 300zx should be located on the rear of the engine. It is on the passenger side at the top, close to the firewall.
It provides the vacuum to operate the brake booster and the shift on the fly system.
May be heating and cooling at the same time. Check to see if there is water circulating in the rear heater core and if so the vacuum operated water valve, vacuum line, or vacuum control may be bad. Check the valve first.
Yes. Like all mammals, a donkey's mouth is capable of creating a small vacuum at its rear that sucks fluids and small solids to the rear of the mouth.
The Vacuum line for an automatic transmission runs from the modulator valve on the rear of the transmission to a vacuum port on the intake of the engine. Any available port will do as long as it is on the intake, not the carburetor if so equipped.
That vacuum line connects to a nipple on the #3 carburetor just under the #3 intake. The other end connects to the vacuum advance mounted on the pulse generator at the rear of the engine. It should be routed under not over the fuel lines as they connect to the fuel pump.
Phew and Wow, there are many vacuum diagrams-heater/air control,brake booster,rear driveline etc.Can you be more specific and include engine size.