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Distributor vacuum hoses on 1976 2.0

Where does the black small distributor vacuum hose hook on to . I broke it off the distributor when I changed caps . It looks like it wasnt attached to anything but I wanted to make sure. Thanks for the help!!!
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I thought there was a diagram on this site.. maybe also on 914world? or Auto Atlanta.. I should know since I replaced the lines on my 76 before I sold it.. but that was almost 1 year ago already.
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If there are two fittings on the throttle body, the distributor vacuum hoses plug into those.

If there is only one fitting on the throttle body, the advance hose from the distributor (that hooks to the fitting that points away from the distributor body) gets run to nowhere.

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