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Vacuum pump hoses

I have a 1993 land cruise diesel and the small hose coming out of the vacuum pump has dislodged from its connection point. it is still connected to the outside of the vacuum pump. where does it connect to

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If the hose is about 1/2 inch and about afoot long and has oil inside of it probably is an oil return line back to the sump. If it is clean inside it will go to a item requiring vacuum like a governor or a brake booster.

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SOURCE: Vacuum hose diagram needed

Thers only 2 hoses and they only go one way?

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SOURCE: I need a vacuum hose diagram for a 2001 toyota camry cruise control system

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