You're super lucky! I don't know these cars quite as well as some other users on here but it's a really good thing it's ok now. I would still monitor the car to see if any issues do come up so you can take it right back to the shop where you had that revisor replaced. Tjhis is why I like trying to do stuff myself if I have time.I had the reservoir replaced. The mechanic connected the top hose to the vacuum lines. Once the car got to temp it died. I disconnected it and limped home. Where exactly does that hose go? P.s. it started right up today and drove fine.
I do have a hanes manual at my disposal. Do you know and/or have a photo of the location of said vacuum hose? It would make it a little easier to look up where it might lead.I thought I did. I don't have the vacuum connected to the intake manifold yet. I just don't know where everything goes.
Thanks for the help. I think I have it figured out. Evidently, there's a check valve or something in the fitting. I'm guessing that fitting has to be replaced. I say check valve but I actually think it's a little bb or something.I do have a hanes manual at my disposal. Do you know and/or have a photo of the location of said vacuum hose? It would make it a little easier to look up where it might lead.