Having problems with your 2000 Chevrolet Malibu ?

How do I trace vacuum problem... it is none going to my 2000 malibu hvac control. can I check underhood?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 25-09-2017

Answers :

If you think you have a vaccum problem, the best thing to do is replace all the vaccum hoses. As you replace the tubes, do not take both ends off at the same time. Never take two hoses off at the same time. ONLY ONE END AT A TIME. Then replace that end, run the hose, cut it and stick it on.... You have a nine year old car, and that is not unheard of to have vaccum problems, and hunting is next to impossible. It is just cheaper and faster to replace them all and then you KNOW what you got.. "That Problem Has Been Eliminated" if you chasing another symptom.
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