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I need to know where the vacuum hose from the transmission connects to on the motor, or where ever. It is a 85 Chevy c-10 silverado, 305 motor with automatic transmission.

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Behind the carb on the intake there should be a small vacuum nipple. That is what it is for. If you can't find one there or it is being used, you can splice into it or any of the other vacum lines with a T, except the distributor. Hope this helps.

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Never seen on of these beasts but the vac pipe should connect to the inlet manifold ---somewhere ??? but i am, in spain and we only have small engines that dont keep`the rag heads rich

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