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How do i find out how the vacum lines on my prelude should go

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You can get a vacuum line diagram from any "Honda Dealer" service center, and they will usually print them for you for free. Most auto service centers in general, will have the same information available as well. Your local auto parts stores should sell "Haynes" manuals that contain vacuum diagrams.

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Fig. 1: The vacuum hoses are usually numbered for easy identification

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Fig. 2: Vacuum hose routing-1984-85 carbureted Prelude


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Fig. 47: Emission component schematic-1984-85 carbureted Prelude




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