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Re: EE Times Live Online Chat: Wednesday 30 October
Duane Benson   10/30/2013 2:53:35 PM
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Davis, Crusty - I used to use a propane torch to find such leaks. I'd open the valve but not light it. If the engine reved when I had it near something, then there was a vacume leak in that spot.

I suppose people would tell you not to use that technique the days for fear of it being too explody



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