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Diagram of vacuum lines for toyota coaster engine 1hd fte

The little rubber hose comes out on the lefthand side on top of manifold the hose goes to front of the motor to tee junction one hose goes ot the chassis and i cannot find where the other one goes to

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There should be a vacuum fitting on the rear of your engine that connects to a steel line. That steel line goes down under the fire wall to the rear of the transmission to a modulator valve. If you can't find it under the hood, crawl under the truck and start tracing from there and plug it in. That should solve your problem with shifting You probably have an electric speedo and I'm lost on that.

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I highly doubt you'll be able to find one. I don't think even dealers hang on to those that long. If nothing is broken and out of place, I recommend going to a parts store and finding similiar material to mickeymouse back together. If the routing is messed up, then your best bet is to find one still in tact to compare with.

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SOURCE: I need the vacuum hose diagram for a 95 Roadmaster

there maybe a sticker in the engine compartment that shows the vacume line routing or you can go to a dealer and they can print one for you.

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Haynes or chiltons repair manual - auto parts store or local library

Alternatively your local toyota dealer customer service (parts dept) could hook you up - just ask nicely.

Best regards
Ck

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