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2.3 turbo vacume problem

i have an 2.3 turbo out of an 88 tbird and i have a chilton book on it...only the vacume diagram in it is too small and jumbled together to even read...i was wondering if anyone has a good one and/or suggestions to easily hook up the vacume lines....
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yea....but if i cant read what they go to....like the letters are smugged together...so i cant read most of the words...
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that should work wonders tigerdan!...thanks a bunch, im gonna go try it out right now!!
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