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[* black] We will begin under the hood of the car, on the driver's side, back near the large round brake booster. You will see a yellow check valve with two connections coming form it. One connection is a 3-way "why" connection with two yellow lines coming out of it. This is the feed for the vacuum door lock system.
[* red] Being by pulling the lines from the check valve and testing it. To test it, you will need to use your mouth to suck and blow in to the single connection side of the check valve. If you can suck AND blow, the valve is bad and will need to be replaced. If air will only travel one way, the valve is OK.
[* green] Connect your hand vacuum gauge to the yellow line with the grey stripe. Use your pump to pull a vacuum of about 10 to 15Hg in the tank. It will take a LOT of pumping, but it's worth it to know if you tank is leaking. When you've pulled that vacuum, walk away for about 5 minutes to see if it holds.
[* black] Connector your hand vacuum pump to the solid yellow line, with no stripes. Go to your driver's door, which should be close at this time, and turn the key in the door the the unlock position. Pull a vacuum of 10 to 15Hg; all the doors on the car should unlock. Wait about 5 minutes to see if the unlock side of the system holds.
[* black] With your hand pump still connected to the solid yellow line, move the key in the driver's door to the locked position. Pump vacuum again at 10 to 15Hg. The doors should all lock. Leave this vacuum again for about 5 minutes. Make note of the result.

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