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1996 Ford Contour GL 2.0 liter 4cyl. engine bi/fuel brake booster line broken.

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My brake booster vaccuum line has broken off, and I don't know where it connects to on the engine. I have the replacement part, but I don't know where it is located on the engine, and can I access it from the top of the motor?

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THe main vacuum line should attach to the top of the valve cover sporting a vacuum port about size of a pinky... If it's the main one it is about that size. It runs from brake booster to valve cover

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