No. You force it into the system using an existing fitting or opening and look for it to escape where there are leaks.
The Mazda 6 the wife had a few years ago had a vacuum leak I couldn’t nail down. My indie found it in about five minutes using his smoke machine. Plastic intake manifold had a crack. -D > On Feb 19, 2018, at 3:13 PM, Craig via Mercedes <email@example.com> wrote: > > On Mon, 19 Feb 2018 14:37:12 -0500 Dan--- via Mercedes > <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > >> Intake/induction system leaks. I’ve seen it done this way and it’s a >> great time saver. > > I presume you have to force the smoke into the intake/induction system so > it comes out the leaks. That would mean having a good seal where you force > the smoke in. > > > Craig > > _______________________________________ > http://www.okiebenz.com > > To search list archives http://www.okiebenz.com/archive/ > > To Unsubscribe or change delivery options go to: > http://mail.okiebenz.com/mailman/listinfo/mercedes_okiebenz.com > _______________________________________ http://www.okiebenz.com To search list archives http://www.okiebenz.com/archive/ To Unsubscribe or change delivery options go to: http://mail.okiebenz.com/mailman/listinfo/mercedes_okiebenz.com