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Unknown vaccum hose on a 95 Lincoln Continental.

The vacuum hose come out of the top of the engine run back towards the engine firewall. The end broke and I can't find where it goes. Since that line broke the AC will only blow through the defrost vent.

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It goes to the A/C controller. The line runs from the engine to inside the wiring harness, then to the controller. See where it normally lays and open the harness. If you can find the other end, splice it back together with a rubber hose. If you don't. I run a new hose. Sometime I have to drill a hole threw the fire wall to get on the inside. Tape the hose up good going threw the drilled hose. You don't want it to cut threw the hose. I add silicone to keep it from vibrating.

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