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I need to find out the vacuum hose connects on my 1998 saab 900se i just replaced the motor and turbo but do not remember which hose goes where to the boost solanoid? How do i find a diagram on this?

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Easest way to help you is find a exact car as youre's and ask them kindly to inspect there engine to compare you'res to theres.thats the easiest

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