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I need to know how to change all my vacume hoses on my car can you tell me where to find them

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In most cases they are all located in the engine compartment which would be the area under the hood of your vehicle, some are located inside the vehicles cabin area under the dashboard feeding vacumn to the heater/air conditioner systems they may be black rubber or various in colors inside the car and out, they are all very small in diameter rubber and some plastic with Tee's inserted to make vac. transferes to other components , unless you are changing the power brake hose, and the pcv lines they are 3/8" or more, all others should be less then 1/4" diameter and various lengths.
If you want original equipment go to the dealer but the vehicle has to be less then 10 years old to get these parts if at all possible, otherwise go to your nearest parts store or wrecking yard if they have a vehicle crashed and in good parts shape.
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