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Unread 02-25-2013, 05:23 PM   #1
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Cleaning out/Taking apart used Vacuum actuator, random spare parts.

I picked up some spare D30 shafts and while I was at it snagged the actuator parts. I think it's been outside in a yard for a while without the hoses on it, so it sounds like the canistor/actuator has sand in it.

It looks like a wrench would fit on the end there and I could take it apart, or maybe just blow some air in there (any valves to screw up?). before I got F'n it up, anyone got any experience/input on cleaning one out?

93' YJ 2.5L, 4.88's, 8.8, E-Locker & LSD
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