Question about Chevrolet S 10
Yes a vacuum leak could cause your problem. You should try to find where the line goes. You could try plugging the line but that should only be a temporary fix. A reputable shop should not charge you much to find the connection for you. Or you could buy a manual for your car at a auto parts store. A lot of times the store will not mind if you look up the vacuum diagram there in the store.
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