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2000 Mitsubishi sedan with 6G74 V6 engine. Vacuum

2001 Mitsubishi Diamante sedan with 6G74 V6 engine. Vacuum tube lines to throttle body are labelled A,E & P on throttle body housing. Connecting Lines have color code markings - yellow, red & green, but which connects to which?

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