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How does a vacuum manifold work?

The difference in air pressure between the engine's intake manifolds and Earth's atmosphere is known as the Manifold vacuum. There is a vacuum in the engine's intake Manifold vacuum is caused by the movement of a piston in the engine's intake Manifold vacuum is caused by the movement of a Piston in the engine's intake Manifold vacuum is caused by the movement of a Piston in the engine's intake

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