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1997 suburban vacuum line schematic

I need a schematic for the vacuum lines above the intake on a 350 vortec motor,

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    it is plugged near the brake system reservoir side of vehicle to prevent engine vacuum loss.I wanted to view a schematic of the 1/8" black vacuum lines.

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