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I don't have a manual for my 86 Chevy spectrum and the vacuum lines don't go where they supposed to*

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    Marvin May 11, 2010

    Which vacuum lines, under the hood?



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I have the sticker with the vacume hose schematic, on the hood, I'll try to scan it and post. I'm also looking for how to adjust the mixture, idle, and idle up when the AC is on. If you can help me I'd appreciate it.


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