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Vacumn hoses Anyone have a diagram of where the hose from the breather goes, and the vacumn hose for the recovery of fuel fumes?

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  • Lilflyers66 Jul 02, 2008

    My mechanic gave me a melted hose which i took to the dealer and replaced. My mechanic took ill and I cannot figure out where this tube goes. In looking for the end of this hose I found that the hose from the breather, which runs to the back of the engine is also not hooked to anything. I am getting a check engine light.

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If u mean a plastic tube the runs from the bellow on the throttle body to the rear cylinder head , just below the coil pack,,, metal tubes are the gas lines or the injector rails , and bottom of the EGR valve has to metel tube the runs the exhsust manifold,, your under hood decal should have your Vaccum diagram on it.. if thats the breather tube your engine should being running very rich= burning a lot of Gas!!!

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