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Need a vacuum line diagram for a 1983 Datsun 280ZX car. Specifically - all the lines and where they connect to the throttle body and the intake manifold - such as the distributor, and evaporation control unit lines

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SOURCE: audio wiring diagram of a nissan datsun pulsar (N12) 1983

Constant 12V+ Red/Black Switched 12V+ Blue Ground n/a Illumination Red/Yellow Dimmer n/a Antenna Driver's Pillar Front Speakers 4" Dash Left Front (+) Blue/White Left Front (-) Blue/Yellow Right Front (+) Brown Right Front (-) Brown/White Rear Speakers 5 1/4" Side Panels Left Rear (+) Red Left Rear (-) Green Right Rear (+) Blue Right Rear (-) Pink

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Your IAT sensor is going to be on the intake tube.
the connector you should see is a oval two wire connector. (the normal for chevys) the other connector going to the intake tube is the mass air flow, these usually have 4-6 wires.
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SOURCE: Oil in the intake manifold air hose...

This is usually an indication of "blowback" caused by worn piston rings. How many miles on the engine? There is not a cheap solution if it is blowback.

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No this is not the manifold gasket. It is most likely a bad O2 sensor.

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purge valve:
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