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4x4 does not work

4x4 worked the other day and then i went on a road trip and when I got there i saw a hose hanging, I looked and it is coming from the front diff. I looked but cant find where it should go. Can you help?
Thank You Jason

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Hi Jason this hose is simply a breather hose. One end is attached to the diff the other is just tied up ( not connected to anything)

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