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I think 2 possibilities.
1-it's the intake for the PCV system. You can put an open element breather in the valve cover.
2-it's the vacuum hose for the power brake booster which you need. If so it should plug on the manifold or carb base.
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Sorry, can't post pics as I sold my digital camera. I will look around the net for any pics.
This hose isn't attached to a vacuum source, just plugs into the base of the filter housing. I could just leave it unplugged if I wanted to. I'm guessing that it is drawing in filtered air for some reason. Anyone know where to get a vacuum hose diagram for my car?
digital camera is a good tool around here, i use mine here quite a bit
Location: Cruising somewhere in St. Louis, Missouri
Josh, Josh, Josh....
If you can ....try and start posting some pics on your questions... I am sure your going to post often with your new "to you" corvette and i am willing to give you everything I have to make your corvette run better. but to get accurate answers to your questions you might have to start taking some pictures and posting your situation your in?
Most of the open element air filters have a plastic elbow included, that bolts to the base plate, for you to plug the hose into. You simply punch out a pre-formed area that the elbow bolts to. Check to see if the one your looking at has it.