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Is there any way of getting a vacuum line schematic for a 1993 S10 Blazer 4x4 Vortec?

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2007-07-27 14:59:56
2007-07-27 14:59:56

Autozone has a massive list of vacuum diagrams for lots of vehicles. Goto autozone-->repair info-->repair guides
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