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Vacume line got a hose which is bigger than the other vac. lines and looks to be coming off the power brake booster.does this go to the throttle body as there is a open end where a hose of some sort should go? there is also a small round filter next to the open line.does this line require some sort of in line filter or regulater?

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This is the power brake booster vacuum line, the little round thing is a vapor separator to keep gas from entering the brake booster and destroying the rubber diaphragm, the line goes to the intake manifold near the rear of the manifold, the length of the vacuum line is a good guide to where it hooks up, if you run the engine you will hear a very loud vacuum leak to say the least.

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