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Where can i get the vacuum routing diagram for a 1986 ford tempo?

I need the vacuum hose diagram for intake manifold and air filter components. the filter was removed for easy access to change the brake master cylinder and some hoses are missing.

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right hand side of the engine under the cowl you will see a vacuum reservoir( black plastic canister) on it a small nipple from which your vacuum hose shld. be connected.The hose shld be connected on the upper side of the reservoir used your finger tip to locate the nipple

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