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VACUUM HOSE DIAGRAM?

2.0L ABA AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

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So that be automatic.
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if it does, its just a vacuum line from the modulator to the plenum.
the modulator uses hard vacuum to sense engine load, to delay shifting/

some EPA hood stickers fail to show this hose.
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Fig. 139: 1986 5.7L engine-Federal with automatic transmission (G30 heavy duty models)

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Fig. 140: 1986 5.7L engine-California with manual transmission (G30 heavy duty models)

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