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My mech has replaced my carb on a 1987 honda accord lx 2.0l and has totally messed up the vacuum hoses . we cannot read the pic on autozone or the one in chilton can you please help me find a pic that a layman can read. my mom has been w/o her car for 3 weeks now

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