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Can't find where the red Plastic Tube, in Windstar 2000, fits.

I have a Ford Windstar 2000, 3.8L. After having reinstalled the head gasket, it was impossible to find the place where the red plastic tube, from the back-left intake manifold, fit.
Please let me know if you have an idea or if you know someone who could help me.

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The red tube goes into upper coweling amost directly above the the left corner of engine ,it is hard to get on,use mirror or small hands. below fresh air grill and wipers.almost straight up from where it originates on engine.

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