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Vacuum lines from intake dodge dakota sport v-6 magnum

There are two vacuum stubs on the passenger side of my intake (v-6). the top one goes to the pcv valve. my bottom one is bare and i cant find a loose hose. i pluged it with a rubber cap but i think my truck is not running right.

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  • Anonymous Dec 16, 2008

    THEIR ARE TWO STUB ON THE INTAKE ON THE PASSENGER SIDE ,ONE GOES TWO PCV AND THE OTHER ONE BELOW IT IS BARE.WHERE DOES THE BOTTOM STUB CONNECT TO.

  • Anonymous Dec 23, 2008

    What did the shop do to fix it?

  • Anonymous Feb 26, 2009

    i need to know where the bottom line is when i plug that stud it stalls the motor out thanks

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On my 2002 dodge dakota there is a hose that runs off of the front of the intake manifold(facing front end of the engine compartment) This hose was disconnected and there was a cap on the stud at the bottom the intake. The hose was of course a perfect fit. The engine is now running a bit smoother and the all is well with the world.

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Had to take it to a shop

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