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Where does the vacuum lines from the little vacuum ball on a 2002 ford ranger ?

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you can try your local library for a diagram and pictures showing you how you can also try this website: autozone.com

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SOURCE: 1987 Ford Ranger 2.0 Liter Vacuum Line Diagram

can you see the diagram under the hood? if not try searching a junkyard for either the diagram or a complete motor

Posted on Mar 23, 2009

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SOURCE: 1986 Ford Ranger Vacuum lines wrong

Go to auto zone through this link And register for free then click select vehicle, add your vehicle and go to driveability and Emissions controls, than go to vacuum diagrams.

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Go to auto zone through this link And register for free then click select vehicle, add your vehicle and go to driveability and Emissions controls, than go to vacuum diagrams.

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