Hi all, Yesterday I picked up my '70 GS from winter storage, did the normal drill of visually checking the undersides while lowering the car from jack stands, checked fluid levels, charged up the battery etc. etc. Started beautifully, filled fresh 98 (RON) octane fuel and drove 80 miles back home, without problems. Back home, I noticed a small rubber line touching ground, on passenger side. Looks like a vacuum line would have been torn from engine end, the other end is still going into tranny 'hump'. Cannot see at the moment where it goes exactly and doing a very quick check under the hood, but couldn't tell where I am missing a vacuum line. Now, the odd thing is that the car runs perfectly normal, except the kick down does seem a bit hesitant; - I understood that there should be just one vacuum line running from intake manifold to a transmission modulator. If this vacuum signal is missing, the modulator should assume WOT situation ie. max. line pressure, hard shifts and shifting closer to red line, am I correct? My tranny works still like normal... - The latter, kick down issue, I think, is controlled by kick-down cable and requires just re-adjusting at the carb end? Not related to any vacuum line in TH350? Will jack up the car in near future, but any idea what this line might actually be? -JJ- PS. Would someone happen to have a vacuum line diagram for 1970 Skylark/GS?