Below guide will teach you How to Replace Vacuum Hoses. Please follow the instructions carefully.
Things You’ll Need:
- Vacuum Hose
- DIY Costs: Est. $34.01 parts only
- Shop Costs: Est. $110.89 parts and labor
- Prop the engine hood up.
- Look for the vacuum hoses in the engine compartment.
- Examine all the vacuum hoses for any signs or crack, or any other damage.
- Turn the engine on and observe the engine idle noise while spraying carburetor cleaner on the vacuum hoses. Locate the leaked vacuum hose and turn the engine off.
- Grab and draw the damaged vacuum hose out carefully. These hoses are usually connected with plastic or metal connectors. So, drag them out carefully as not to damage the plastic connectors.
- Insert the new vacuum hose into the connector carefully.
- Turn the engine on again and recheck by repeating the spray test.