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Old 02-22-2006, 05:56 PM   #1
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Default 95 Integra vacuum diagram?

Anyone have it on their comp for an MT?
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If you were to take 2 seconds and look under your hood you'll see it.

If you need a more elaborate one, then try searching for service manuals which you can download.
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Don't know which one you needed so here are both...

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I would if the sticker was still there Click the image to open in full size.

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Now what I dont understand, because Im a noob, is that the "breather pipe" doesnt have any lines coming in or out???

Ive seen the hoses diagram with the breather pipe, but its doesnt have any lines either. Is it like that from factory?

Reason I ask is because the previous owner capped them off.
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Forgot to mention, the "breather pipe" is connected to a coolant pipe aswell
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This is the "breather pipe" (not the one circled red) I am talking about, its capped off.

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