Question about 1986 GMC Caballero
Does anyone know the routing for the vacuum lines for an 1983 GMC CABALLERO with 229 V6? This is an utter nightmare. every time i try to route the lines i have either too 2 lines too short or 2 lines that don't hook up. I know i have all the lines but as to where they go... I don't know. a friend tore the Intake manifold off and now he can't get it back together. I'm not too familiar with the routing on older american cars. If anyone can help it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance
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