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Vaccum hoses i need a diagram for where the vaccum hoses go on a 1992 ford explorer 4.0l 4wd

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There should be a diagram either on the underside of the hood or on the radiator support, if that fails I would go to http://www.rangerpowersports.com/ and see about finding pictures of the needed lines or perhaps picking up a FSM for your truck from Ebay, they usually don't cost more then 20-40 dollars and if you are serious about doing your own mechanic work it is invaluable

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