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Vacuum lines 2rz engine around the carburetor hi ace 90 model

How to put back all the vacuum lines correctly around the carburettor

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Take the pipe off into the air filter unit attached to the Carburettor it normally has a large ring clip around the black pipe so you may be able to use a slot screwdriver or a small ratched driver to remove.
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