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Default Engine Vacuum Routing for a 200 6 cylinder

I just reinstalled my 200 6 cyl. back in the car after I freshed it up and did not use the digital cam to take a before pic. I was wondering if anyone has or can take a picture of theirs and post it. I need a picture or a webb site for the engine vacuum routing. My car is a 68 coupe, thanks.
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Here's the vacuum diagram for your 68' coupe.

(Use the first diagram if you have an automatic transmission. If you have a manual transmission, use the second)
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Engine Vacuum Routing for a 200 6 cylinder-1968_200cid_vacuum_autotrans.jpg  Engine Vacuum Routing for a 200 6 cylinder-1968_200cid_vacuum_manualtrans.jpg  
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Thanks man that will work.
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