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Since Mid January I have unsuccessfully tried to obtain a diagram of the interconnection of vacuum lines between the carburettor and intake manifold on a Suzuki Swift with a G13BA engine (March 1995) I have been informed this engine has a throttle body I sent a photograph of the engine showing a carburettor and no injectors, to date I have received no reply.If you have no information on the vacuum line set up for this engine with a carburettor Please inform me. I will then seek information elsewhere Thanks for your previous sssist

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