AnswerIf you expect an answer it would be of great help to know what make, model, and engine size in the vehicle you are asking about. Otherwise you will not receive an answer as they are all different.As already stated, depending on the year, make, model and engine, emission related vacuum line routing is displayed on a white sticker in the engine compartment in many vehicles.
The vacuum lines go to various places on the 1994 Dodge Shadow. The engine, brake booster, even the air doors for heat and AC all operate with help from the vacuum system.
If the transmission modulator valve is vacuum operated and it goes bad it can allow the engine to suck transmission fluid thru the engine causing the engine to blow blue smoke out the exhaust.
get a chiltons repair manual at the library for your car or I believe autozone sells a repair manual for your car.
That would be the power brake vacuum operated booster.
Where can you find a vacuum line diagram for a 1974 ford maverick engine compartment
The vacuum hose diagram should be on a decal somewhere in the engine compartment. jb
You can get a 1999 Ford Taurus 3.0 liter engine vacuum diagram from Ford service manuals. The service manuals will be available, for free, at most local libraries.
There should be a small diagram on a sticker under the hood or in the engine compartment that shows the route of all emission related vacuum lines.
you should find a sticker in the engine compartment that has this diagram on it, if not you'll need to get a repair manual.
Emission related vacuum routing can be found on a white sticker located in the engine compartment.
THERE IS USUALLY A VACUUM AND BELT DIAGRAM IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT. IT IS SOMETIMES CONCEALED BY A REMOVABLE COVER OR FAN SHROUD.
It should be somewhere in the engine compartment, if it has been removed then you can try: http://minimopar.knizefamily.net/vacuum.html
Which vacuum diagram The Underhood for the engine or the vacuum for the interior /AC system?
Check the related link, I found a picture of the diagram posted on the inside of the engine compartment. Your next best bet would be a Haynes or Chiltons manual.
Open the hood and look around the engine compartment for a white sticker that shows all the emissions vacuum routing for that vehicle. They are required by law to display that information on the vehicle.
I can' help with a diagram. I can just suggest you do them one at a time, so as to not need a schematic.