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Wheres the vacuum hose on a 1990 plymouth voyager? i think i have a vacuum leak, car drives fine but occasionally starts idling rough at a stop, it will slowly die on its own but if i press on the gas it dies almost instantly. heard if it isnt a vacuum leak to check the hose connected to the MAP sensor...where might i find that as well?

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You need to get the Haynes Repair manual on your vehicle so you have a diagram of the vacum lines attached to your vehicle and where each connects. There is more than one Vacum line.

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