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As some of you may know I've been asking how to get my Air to blow out the vents...95 v6 mustang Good news is I finally for the Vac line that comes out the firewall besides the Accumlator it was un hooked My problem now is i can not find out where it hooks to I did unplug the Purge valve and plugged it in and my vent swap over Where is supposed to plug into I was thinking about teeing into the line i tested it with but i really want to fix the vac leaks so please help if you can I really need to fix all Vac leaks and temp has been over 100 last 3 days I need my Ac lol

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With All the help you guys gave Wizzap, I was able to fix the air in my 1997 mustang, Thanks.

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There should be a vacuum canister on the fire wall that it plugs into. posible round

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