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Discussion in '1982-Present GM Diesel' started by RLBstein, Mar 4, 2001.

  1. RLBstein

    RLBstein 1/2 ton status

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    Thanks for adding this forum, I asked if you would add this one 2 days ago and here it is. Just kidding, i'm sure you had a lot more requests for it before me, it was just coincidental it appeared so soon. BUT...you spelled the forum name wrong. It's DIESEL.

    82 Blazer
     
  2. NewK5Guy

    NewK5Guy 1/2 ton status

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    Deisel. Funny. The vacuum pump on your 6.2 will be on the rear of the engine. I'll be the pie tin looking thing sticking straight up. The outlet tube is the vacuum port. In the mass of vacuum lines, there should be a branch for the vent control. If it's anything like my 84 diesel, I think the vacuum ball is under the rubber blower motor cover on the passenger side. I'm not sur myself as I'm looking for the same thing you are. I plan on just cutting the cover off to make for better access to what's underneath.
     
  3. CK5

    CK5 In my underwear Administrator Premium Member GMOTM Winner Author

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    Shows how much I know about diesel motors. [​IMG]

    Steve
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    Steve, it's not your fault. Most diesel Blazers blow so much smoke and oil that its all but impossible to read the emblems. If your like most people, you probably just put the hammer down (part way) for a few seconds and pass them as quick as possible, before they coat your windsheild in oil. [​IMG]

    Pete

    '83 K5, 350 TBI (ex 6.2), 700R4, NP208, Dana 60/14 bolt, 4.56s, Detroits, 3" lift, 15-39.5x15 TSLs
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