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Old 05-30-2010, 08:21 PM   #1
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I am in need of help their are two vacuum lines coming of the air cleaner box. I can not find a diagram or a picture of where the two the lines go. If you know of where to find a diagram or picture or even take a picutre of your own that would be great.
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Old 05-30-2010, 11:15 PM   #2
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I am in need of help their are two vacuum lines coming of the air cleaner box. I can not find a diagram or a picture of where the two the lines go. If you know of where to find a diagram or picture or even take a picutre of your own that would be great.
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what engine?? good chance that one runs to the intake manifold and the other runs to a pre-heater on the exhaust
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its a 1991 ranger extended cab v6 4.o lt vin x sorry
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its a 1991 ranger extended cab v6 4.o lt vin x sorry
yeah, like i said... one runs to the intake manifold and the other runs to a valve near the passengers side exhaust manifold. neither are really needed though, as long as there isnt a vacuum leak somewhere.
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