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Vacume hose connections

I have a hose which appears to come from the automatic transmition and is not connected, Question is where does it go?

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There is a rigid white vacuum line connection on the right hand side (as you face face the engine under the hood) of the transmission casing. This line makes it way up between the air feed pipes of cylinders 3 and 4 on the intake manifod. It is connected to a rubber right-angle connector fitted on nipple on the top of air pipe for cylinder 3 just beneath the fuel rail and about 30mm from the injector

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