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97 Ford Ranger I noticed a hose hanging out of my rear axle. It's on the drivers side and comes out the top of the axle. I was wondering where the other end is suppose to hook up to as it looks like the clamp rusted away. And what is this hose for. Thanks

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It is a vent for the rear end and should fasten to the box or a frame crossmember. Fasten it as high as you can reasonably get it because while it lets air in it can also let water in. Hope this helps.

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