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Tom T.

2004 Polaris trailblazer 250 Vacuum lines

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I have an '04 trailblazer 250 and have a problem with the vac. lines on it. One goes from side of carb to the bowl, Where does the other end go/ next there is a port next to where the choke cable screws into the carb. the line was melted when I got it and have no idea where it goes. Can anyone help me out with this?  Thanks guys

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Guess I'm screwed cause there is no place on the petcock to hook it up. Besides I have to tear it back down because I have only 30 psi compression. But thanks for your help

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There's no vacuum  line  to the petcock.. The  line from it to the carb  is the fuel  line.

30  psi  compression is likely  one of 3 things .....  Either  the valves are not set right  and being  held open slightly, the  rings  are  shot / cylinder may also be  scored or possibly  the  cam timing  is way  out  so  the  valves are opening and closing at the wrong points  in the cycle.

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