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Old 09-08-2004, 06:32 PM   #1
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to put it simply....where are they? im looking to use some top end cleaner and im unsure of a suitable line...could someone give me some directions....a pic would be great.
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Pull off the engine cover. Look for little rubber hoses. Find one that leads back to the engine, and has lots of other ones with it at the engine.
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the most i can find together is 2, and im not sure what they are, the only larger group than that are fuel lines and im not usin those ...i know im probly looking right at them and not knowing what they are. but theres hoses all over the place under there!
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Look for the 1" (or so) diameter tube that travels from the brake booster. It should end at the vacuum manifold on top of the intake. Branching off of the vacuum manifold are several smaller lines. Pick the one that you can disconnect the easiest.
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