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Where can I find a vacuum hose diagram for a 1997 ford thunderbird 4.6 ? I started working on my car 3 1/2 years ago and now getting it back together but I am having troubles trying to remember where and how the vacuum hoses run. I've been trying to find a diagram without trying to find another 97 thunderbird to look at. any help would be really appreciated.

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Usually, the vacuum hose routing is on the underside of the hood, but if yours is missing, check on autozone.com . the component locator should be there. if not, try a haynes repair manual .

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