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2001volkswagen beetle vacuum hose

I have a 2001 Volkswagen beetle diesel. i have a vacuum hose that has come loose and do not know where it goes. the brakes do not want to work.

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Look in the area around the vacuum pump, there is also a vacuum brake booster check valve, check to make sure the lines are plugged into it, Hope this helps.

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