> You can tell which parts of your car
>are vacuum operated by operating them without the engine running. If they
>stop working without being broken, they're vacuum operated. It got to the
>point where so many things ran off of vacuum that the engine couldn't supply
>enough so some cars came with electric vacuum pumps. So, the car burns gas
>to run the alternator to make electricity to run a vacuum pump to create
>vacuum to operate levers. This isn't the most efficient power source I
>could think of.
So my 1979 MGB which used to have an electrical "air pump" until the
DPO got a hold of the EGR system will never run correctly until I replace
the "blank spot" with an "air pump" ????
Do I have to replace the entire EGR system????
Tim Moses, Esq.
Augusta, GA (pop. 202,434)
as of Jan. 1, 1996, now the 77th largest city in USA