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Vacuum pipe diagram on a polo 1.4 lt tdi

Need to know where all the vacuum pipes goes

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First, take it back and give them a chance to correct there repair abilities or lack of knowledge. Hopefully they will not want to charge you. Find a good repair facility before you need one.

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SOURCE: Hi. I need to know the path of the vacuum pipes on a 2002 VW Jetta TDI

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SOURCE: i need a diagram/layout of the vacuum pipes for a ford sierra 2.0 gl 1983

We do not have this info. Please contact your local public library they may have the manuals that contain the diagrams.

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