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Automatic engine ignition timing adjustment using the inlet manifold pressure to sense engine load. The pressure, as a vacuum, is applied to a diaphragm assembly to move the base plate in the ignition distributor.
Vacuum Assisted Brakes
A brake booster system that uses inlet manifold vacuum in a brake servo unit to increase the driver's braking effort. The vacuum can also be provided from a vacuum pump on diesel engines.
An instrument for measuring pressure (below atmospheric pressure) of a fluid or a gas.
A motor that is operated by a vacuum such as to move or drive something.
See Vacuum Hoses
Test equipment that can be used to apply a vacuum.
A device that either controls vacuum so a set level or one that uses vacuum to regulate another operation.
Vane Air Flow Sensor.
Term describes a material that has a free electron.
This is the performance of an extremely thorough cleaning, polishing and waxing of an automobile, both inside and out, to produce a showroom-quality result.