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1998 F150 4x4. Hose to transfer case came loose at the other end. Can't find out where it attaches. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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That hose is more than likely the fording hose. I keeps your ctransfer case vent high so water doesn't enter the gear box. At the most you will find a clip it fastened to. The end of it should have a plastic vent in it. It is needed if you do any water crossings without a bridge.

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