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Vacuum hose diagram

Vacuum hose diagram

Postby rodricali [OP] » Mar 16 2011, 3:56am

Hello, I just have repaired a Chevy Silverado 1500 1999 LT V8 5.3L, the mechanic does not remember where to connect the vacuum hoses, the engine is running but im getting rough idle and random misfire. The Chevy dealer just dont know this car as is a direct import from the U.S.A. and they sell Venezuelian chevy only. I checked under the hood and no diagram on it. any help would be gratly apreciate it!.
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Re: Vacuum hose diagram

Postby lzn197 » Mar 16 2011, 2:34pm

Can you show some detailed pictures. Maybe that way we could look at what you have and compare. I am sure other folks on here have a 1999 and could help. You should get a better mechanic though.
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