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Missing vacuum hose from fuel pressure regulator on 1991 mercedes

The vaacuum hose which controls the flow of gas through the fuel pressure regulator is missing and i don't know where the other end goes. can you help please

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The fuel pressure regulator vacuum hose usually runs to the upper air intake somewhere, check for the fitting on the upper air intake or throttlebody.

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