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I've had the knee bolster out of my '89 900s for a few weeks whle I repaired the turn signal stalk and, just tonight, the cruise control wiring (huzzah!). While driving during that time, the brown air distribution hose from the drivers side of the circulation manifold fell down onto my feet/floor pedals. It was a bit scary since I was in traffic but managed to pull over and move the loose hose out of the way.
I set about buttoning-up the interior but need to reconnect that loose hose. The trouble is, while the port on DS of manifold is evident, no amount of headcraning or contorsions beneath the dash suggests a sensible routing up into the underdash. Can anyone describe the route or point me to a diagram explaining same? Winter's coming and I fear I won't have DS defrost, at minimum, so need to get this task done before then and before I can reinstall the knee bolster and center console.
As always, thanks in advance,
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