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Need a good vacuum diagram

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#1 espii


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Posted 20 March 2007 - 01:07 AM

1987 subaru GL wagon 4wd. I have over the last 5 years had the entire air cleaner assembly off many times without a problem. This year I had too replace my carb. Do to weather and time constraints not in 1 sitting. I can not seem to route all the vacuum hoses correctly. While I have several vacume diagrams they are not quite right even the one under the hood. This wagon apparently was classified as a light truck. No computer no feedback Carb no oxygen sensor, it is just slightly different then most of the diagrams. Car seems to run ok but it is just not quite right. :confused:

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