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Intake manifold vacume hoses

I have recently built a HHO gas generator to install in my 1999 ford ranger. The plans I used to build it incorporates 2 output hoses, 1 going in through airfilter and the other connecting in the middle of one of the intake hoses using a T coupling. Funny thing is I can't seem to locate any of these hoses that go into the manifold. Can anyone help me out on this one?

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Be Sure your plans are designed for the right engine- 3.0 / 4.0 or even the smaller 4 cyls. The intake hose routing is different between engines. Make sure you do not have any EVAP system problems, this will cause your water for fuel generator to run problematic, meaning your engine may not be receiving the proper fuel/return pressure it needs causing an overtemp situation on your heads. good luck

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