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1976 VW distributor vacuum hose disconnected, not sure where it goes.

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Distributor Vacuum Advance Hose--- goes to the ported vacuum-- at base of the carburator

It has to go into a port below the throttle plate,not
venturi vacuum

Posted on Dec 08, 2012

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SOURCE: car idles rough with vacuum hoses hooked up.

public library...Chilton or Haynes auto repair manuals or collisionrepairadvice.com

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SOURCE: Heater Vacuum hose disconnected No front heat and ticking noise

That path begins at the intake manifold which is the only source of vacuum for those controls. In all systems I have seen, there is a bottle or canister under the hood that acts as a reserve source for all vacuum-operated devices since the level of vacuum varies greatly depending on whether the engine is running free or lugging.  Tracing backward might not be fun but is possible. 

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SOURCE: i need the emission component and vacum hose

you can go to libary look up the information in chiltons book just make a copy of that page for vacuum hose diagram

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SOURCE: I need a vacuum hose diagram for a 1976 ford 460,

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SOURCE: 1995 chevy 350 motor, MAP vacuum hose when i put

Is there a check engine light on? Were you able to pull a trouble code from the computer. At this point, it seems like the MAP sensor is at fault, but I want to be sure there are no other codes.

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