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2004 Dadge Ram 1500 - Disconnected hose at rear. One end connected to a "T" with the brake lines coming out of each end. Can't tell where the other end goes. Seems like a sort of vaccum hose.

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The TEE is also a vent line for the rear axel.

Not part of brakes.....a clean pass through as a vent

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