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I need a full diagram of all the vacuum hose for a daihastsu feroza 1.6l 16v

I took the head off and put it back on but i can't find where all the small pipes carb distributor etc

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Labelling with masking tape (then you can write on it) would have been the way forward me thinks...i need a full diagram of all the vacuum hose for a - 3_7_2013_1_51_00_am.png

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SOURCE: Need to smog my 1977

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We don't have the diagrams for anything that old. I am a retired smog tech and you can get the diagrams from any smog station if you ask nice, they have the hose diagrams back to 1974 which is the last year that needs emission testing in Calif. You can also find the diagrams at some public libraries. If you are unsuccessful you can purchase a 1 year subscription to a site that has all the factory manuals and diagrams, it costs about $26.00 and it is called www.alldatadiy.com

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