I cant figure out my vacuum hoses.

Asked by ZIP_Senpai Apr 11, 2020 at 08:30 PM about the 1984 Chevrolet Citation II 4-Door Hatchback FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I'm dumb and this is my very first time doing
anything to a car. I had to take off a bunch of
stuff to replace something and now I cant
figure out where my vacuum hoses go. any
advice?

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Not knowing how to do something you've never done before doesn't mean you're dumb! You're just inexperienced!! So, what I'd suggest is look for the emission control sticker under the hood. There should be a vacuum hose routing diagram on there. If it's gone or there's no diagram on it visit your local Chevrolet Dealer and see if they have a shop manual laying around for your vehicle. If so tell them you need a copy of the engine vacuum hose routing diagram. I'm sure they'll give it to you if they have it. If you strike out there, look at Ebay for a good used factory shop manual. If no luck there, try Faxon Auto Literature in Riverside CA for a reprint of the factory shop manual. You can also try a local repair shop. Many shops have information still laying around for older models and some subscribe to either Alldata or Mitchell on Demand. These are two resources that shops use to get the information they need for specific vehicle applications. Hope that helps! Jim

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