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I'm guessing that you're talking about the engine end and not the transmission end. There should be a multi-line port (probably on the top of the intake manifold) with other vacuum lines attached to it, and there's also probably one port that has no line connected to it. Plug in the vacuum line from the transmission to that port. On the other hand, if you ARE talking about the transmission end, there should be a saucer-shaped disk about 1" - 2" in diameter with a port sticking out of it. The vacuum line from the intake manifold plugs onto that port. Good luck.
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