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Old 02-05-2009, 05:50 PM   #1
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K ... was workin on the car... trying to fix a miss in it... and i broke a vacuum line... now its a tough line i dont kno what i did... prolly just brittle i know but i need to know what line it is
if your looking at the Heater/AC Tank, theres 2 hoses... the left (passenger side of the vehicle) goes towards the passenger side, under the relay box, behind the accumulator, and thru the firewall with the wireing harness... where does it go?

ill take pictures if the visual isnt good enough let me know
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Most likely something for your HVAC. But I can't say for sure.
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that is for your vents

are they still working?
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blower motor is dead, nothing works... replacing it this weekend... i cant figure out what that hose is for tho so i can get a replacement for it too... i dont want to tear off the dash to go o ok and then put it together to drive til the part comes in and tear it all off again just to replace it lol
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don't you have a junk yard by you anywhere?

you could grab one from there for free

I have

my 95 SSE broke in the same spot

I know you are a parts guy and all, and I'm sure you would love to buy a new vacuum hose. But lets face it, a 94 Bonneville may be too old and the part may not be made anymore.

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k ya im going there for a "new" manifold lol mine is cracked... where does that go into... behind the dash? under it? i know it goes thru the firewall but i lost it there... how would i remove it? im sure its not just a pull til it comes out is it?
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