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this is the best place for what you are looking for...hope its a help https://www.carlsalter.com/harley-service-manuals.asp https://www.carlsalter.com/pdfs/Harley-Davidson-1998%20XLH%20883-F1200%20Sportster%20Service%20Manual.pdf
Vacuum routing in this vehicle is complicated, particularly with 4WD versions. The only place you will find complete information is in the genuine GM OEM Service Manual. There are still a few paper copies around - try Ebay, but beware - you need the ORIGINAL manual, not some second source that claims to be "equivalent" or "comprehensive".
Oriellys sells a Chilton repair manual for just about any car. The price of these are about 25.00 dollars and are fairly good depending on what you are trying to fix. The usually give you step by step process on most repairs.
I would recommend getting a tune up now, you will probably increase your gas mileage and power. I would also recommend looking at your owners manual and adhering to the maintenance scheduled contained there. It will extend the life of your vehicle. Oil and filter should be changed every 3000 miles if you are using conventional and every 5000 if you use synthetic.
The normal workshop manual source is the Haynes Manual...but unfortunately (as you may already know) they have not produced one yet for this model (According to their website, this is "under consideration"
A recommended source of free information (basically a parts catalogue but not a manual )can be found here
Also try looking through here ( put Audi80 in Search box)
A real good source for Auto Technical information is your local Library. They may have the actual service manual that you can copy or they will probably have "All Data" or something similiar. I have used my local library on numerous occassions. And there is usually someone willing to help you with the "All Data" if you need.