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Vaccuum hose coming from transmission isnt connected to anything

My 99 maxima has a vaccuum hose coming from the transmission that isnt connected to anything at all....it seems it is preventing it from kicking into lower gears. Where is this hose supposed to be connected?

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I think you are talking about a vent hose. The new vehicles haven't used vacuum controls on trannys for a long time. Yours would be computer controlled. In short, the hose probably hooks to nothing....

Posted on Apr 20, 2009

  • Greg Moyer
    Greg Moyer Oct 23, 2012

    YES THAT IS WHAT I'M FINDING OUT. THANKS SO MUCH

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    Christy Corley Nov 17, 2016

    Where does it go

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