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Vacuum hoses all the vacuum hoses are in the wrong places in the monte carlo after changing the gasket headings on the cover and i dont remember where to put them so i need a picture or something so i can see where exactly do they go.

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    I change the thermostat on my 84 monte crlo and forgot where all the vacuum hoses go can anybody help me please!!!!!



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You both need to go to advance auto and buy the little book for your cars, it has vaccum diagrams, i used one when i changed the intake on my 83 camino

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