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Vacuum line from tee

This is from f150 1989 ford truck 302 engine. thanks!

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First is it carburator or throttle body check both for a missing hose nosle usally on the front if that doesnt fix it find your fuel vapor canistor and check to see if its missing a hose

Posted on Jul 19, 2013

  • booger_1147 Jul 30, 2013

    Can has hose, nothing in front is missing a small hose or am I seeing a place for this hose....


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