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What causes high vacuum in an engine?

Low vacuum can be caused by leaking or disconnected vacuum lines, leaks in vacuum operated devices or intake manifolds. The highest vacuum will be on the slow side. An open throttle creates less vacuum than a closed one. The throttle will open as the load increases.

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