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Vacuum line info needed

This is one of the vacuum lines that operate the heater and A/C control.

I need to know where the termination point is for the marked vacuum line connector.
Looks like the rats ate it (along with a lot of other things). I have the rest of the heater and A/C fixed and wiring replaced. This is the last of that at least, then on to a lot of other electrical and vacuum repairs. Think I'll start with the purge line in the picture that's been stubbed off, easy fix.

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Re: Vacuum line info needed

Check out the do it yourself section/all service manuals/2nd gen manual.

It was recently added.
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Check out the do it yourself section/all service manuals/2nd gen manual.

It was recently added.
I always do my best to do a complete search of all resources before I post a question. Learned a long time ago that asking without doing research will get you flamed.
I checked it on the D'load manual here, the service manual I have (hard copy factory) and AllData.
Looked under Emissions, heater and A/C. They show nothing for that vacuum port.

I know it should be a direct full vacuum, probably comes off the intake but I haven't been able to locate it. That's why I posted.

If someone with a 2nd Gen could take a look at theirs and let me know the routing of that vacuum line it would be helpful.

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Re: Vacuum line info needed

Sorry I couldn't help ya.

Thanks for searching. 2nd gens are a special case around pz. Style points abound.

So no flame-age until you ask stuff like 'how do I put air in my tires' or
'what's the best upgrades for my 86?' Or my fav....
'How much to turbo my 85 prelude?'
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Re: Vacuum line info needed

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Sorry I couldn't help ya.

Thanks for searching. 2nd gens are a special case around pz. Style points abound.

So no flame-age until you ask stuff like 'how do I put air in my tires' or
'what's the best upgrades for my 86?' Or my fav....
'How much to turbo my 85 prelude?'
I'm finding out the 2nd gens are a bit of a rarity. I've seen one around this small town I live in. Next time I see it I'll stop and ask if I can take a look at a few thing, maybe take a LOT of pictures.

I do appreciate your input though. Being a long time member of several auto related forums I understand how frustrating it is when people don't bother searching.
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