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Rubber hose coming out of front pomkin - 2000 Jeep Wrangler

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    what is this front pomkin?? typo?

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PUMPKIN: also known as a differential. Beyond that, there is no question here. But, hose is likely a vent tube which if off roading or driving in slop a lot, should be routed to a safer place up in the engine bay. Otherwise, just tuck anywhere with the inlet towards the rear of the vehicle. You than can drive vehicle...especially to somewhere that someone can teach you to write in a complete sentence! Imperative to survive in todays complex world.
Good luck

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