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Cruise Control Vacuum Hose

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Old 01-17-2013, 08:12 PM
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Can someone please tell me where (or post a photo) the vacuum line for the cruise control connects to the engine? I found the broken end of the hose but have no idea where to attach the replacement hose.

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passenger side, intake manifold, about half-way back is a vac port. from it comes a vac line which splits 2 or 3 times. some goes to the rear through the firewall. the cruise comes to the front, over the top of the engine about the AC compressor and toward, then under the battery.
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I found it. Thanks for your help.
 
 
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