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Windshield washer fluid hose disconnected

I have a 96 Honda Accord. The washer fluid tubing has become disconnected from where it should attach to the tubing from the pump on top of the engine chassis. I could not find any diagram showing how or where the tubing reconnects to the tubing through the chassis from the pump. I think I found where the connection is supposed to be on the top of the engine, but the tubing does not fit onto the connection. It must be missing some sort of a fitting. (The tubing is still connected to the sprayers on the hood.) If I could see a diagram I could figure it out but have not been able to find one. Thanks for any help you can give.

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Yoou can pick up the hose and more connection fittings at orielly's, route along fire wall and fender (keep away from heat of engine)

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