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NEED A VACUUM HOSE DIAGRAM 2003 SONOMA 4.3 V6

4 INCH VACUUM LINE COMING OFF CHECK VALVE BETWEEN CRUISE CONTROL AND POWER STEERING. TWO OTHER CONNECTIONS OFF CHECK VALVE GO TO MANIFOLD AND INSTRUMENT PANEL BUT CAN'T FIND ANYPLACE FOR THIS 4 HOSE TO CONNECT.

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Hi, I got this one at autozone.com. Is this not what you needed?

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