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XF vacum amp

Hey all, Got a question regarding the pollution setup on the lines running to the vacuum amplifier (big round black thing next to carby). The orange and green lines were accidentally knocked off when I was pulling off the bracket for the kickdown cable when I converted it to manual transmission. Im not too sure if they are connected back-to-front or not.

BTW: This is for a 1985 XF (25th Anniversary edition)

Green runs too throttlebody baseplate via 4 way plastic splitter. Orange runs to top of carby just above the fuel cut-off solenoid. The connections fell off the vacuum amplifier so Im not sure which way they connect up to it.

Can anyone verify these connections for me?

Many thanks in advance
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