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Air filter assembly and hoses

I noticed my 02 camry wasn't idling right and had not power. When I opened my hood, the housing that holds the air filter was not secured properly and the air filter was extremely dirty. In the process of changing the air filter, I knocked off some of the small hoses that go between the air filter and the engine. I need a diagram to show me what hose goes where because there are two that don't seem to go anywhere. Thanks!

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Have it towed to a mechanic dont even drive it. it will damage the engine. its something someone with experience should deal with. please email me at meanness628@aim.com with any other info or questions

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