An undirected graph $G=(V,E)$ is called $Z_3$-connected if for all $b: V \rightarrow
Z_3$ with $\sum_{v \in V}b(v)=0$, an orientation $D=(V,A)$ of $G$ has a
$Z_3$-valued nowhere-zero flow $f: A \rightarrow
Z_3-\{0\}$ such that $\sum_{e \in \delta^+(v)}f(e)-\sum_{e \in \delta^-(v)}f(e)=b(v)$ for
all $v \in V$. We show that all 4-edge-connected HHD-free graphs are $Z_3$-connected.
This extends the result due to Lai (2000), which proves the fact for chordal graphs.