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Vaccum hoses on mitsubishi triton

I need some direction on the correct vaccum hose installations. Many have been cut or removed any pictures would be useful thankyou

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Go to autozone.com and click on repair guide, there hsould be instructions and a diagram there.

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The following diagnosis might be helpful if the vehicle exhibits the symptom(s) described in this PI.

Condition/Concern:
A dealer may need to perform a repair on the rubber portion of the fuel supply (suction) lines. The rubber section of the line could become kinked or collapse. Fuel lines that kink or collapse may induce a fuel system restriction (high vacuum gauge readings) or DTCs P0087, P0093, and/or P1093 to set.

If a technician was to suspect the rubber portion of the fuel feed line collapsing or kinking, replacement of only the rubber line is acceptable.

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•Remove the OEM crimps and flexible portion of hose from the existing supply line.
•If replacing the rubber section of the supply line, a 1/2 ID hose meeting SAE specification 100R3 is suggested. Dealers may be able to find a local supplier for this hose, or can contact the manufacturer Parker Hannifin. The replacement hose would be a 1/2" diameter Parker part number 601-8 or H017-8. To find a local distributor the Parker website can be accessed at www.parker.com
•Use worm type hose clamps (use double clamps on each end) to attach the replacement hose to the existing pipe.
The locations of the flexible hoses are pictured below.

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http://yotatech.com/f116/code-71-vacuum-lines-140356/
http://www.yotatech.com/f116/vacuum-hose-routing-diagram-179866/
http://www.yotatech.com/f116/vacuum-hose-routing-diagram-179866/
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