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Mecedes benz 1985 190D i have no experience with cars, i have vacuum lines and hose on my motor, some of my vacuum lines are not attache properly, car stays on, are there anyone out there can send me a picture of how and where the vacuum lines and hose suppose to go on the motor. A picture of a diagram of the vacuum hose on the motor. Please let me know. Thank You.

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I would try to look on google images, or try to buy a book for that vehicle.

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