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Old 11-07-2012, 04:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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my rover has been acting up for a while....common complant...kinda missing or studdering when warmed up...finally traced it to the hose connecting the fire damper to the plentnum...was sucking air...for now i used grease to fill the gap...been a few weeks now...and running pretty good again....
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what is the fire damper?
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it is really called the fire trap...it just came out that way....,,,it is on the front of the valve cover on the passenger side in front...you screw it on,,,and it has a wire mesh in it,,,it needs cleaned also...the hose goes into the plentenum from there..
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