Q: Have a South African model Golf 3 1.8 need a carburetor vacuum diagram 1996 VW Golf CSX

asked by on February 09, 2017

Just need vacuum diagram on a 1.8 CSX golf 3 with aircon need to know where the vacuum must go in order for the aircon to pic up refs and not smuther the engin

My car has 124786 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

Hi there - best bet is a VW factory manual. If that is not available, internet searches may prove helpful. Try this link (w/antivirus) for a diagram of the vacuum lines for your model - http://www.cyanic.co.uk/vw.jpg

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