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Installation Question Instructions refer to two flexible hoses; there is one hose with the unit, and just one port on the unit. There are two adapters, instructions say put one on each hose. Hose came with one adapter already in place. Am I supposed to put the other adapter on the other end of the hose?

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These instructions came from Auto Zone's website and their free, online repair guides. Just plug in your make, model and year and you can get exact instructions and pictures for your repair. Sweeeeeeet! Good Luck!
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