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Need to get a real vacuum diagram of a 1994 D21 KA24E engine, 5speed, with air and power steering

I had A water leak in the engine. I had started by removing the head and progressed to the oil pan removing vac lines as I went. the hole was in the timing so I replaced the timing chain cover and all parts and gaskets. I'm putting it back together but can't follow the diagram in my one book covers all manual. Although it is good at mechanical details the vacuum diagrams are very hard to follow. I'm on a fixed income now and can't afford the Nissan shop manual for this specific truck. Any help would be greatly appreciated thank you

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SOURCE: One of the head gaskets

Go to autozone.com and register yourself and your car (its free). Then you will be able to access the online repair manuals for your vehicle. It will show you how to replace your gasket

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