Question about 1997 Toyota Corolla
Just replaced the starter on 97 corolla and in the process discovered what appear to be 2 vacuum hoses coming off the power steering pump hanging loose. One had a 90 degree bend at the end and a clip on it, the other was a little bigger in diameter and did not have a clip or bend, they were taped side by side. I looked all over the engine compartment and only found what I can only describe as a 3 inch length of rubber hose coming out of the fire wall near below the power steering pump. The car runs, and the steering is fine - any idea where these hoses/tubes should be attached or to what?
They are the bellows breather pipes ,leave well alone they are meant to be their
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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