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Honda lifter Where does the other end of the small clear hose go?

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I assume you are talking about the chemical intake tube... Most commonly you would see one end of the tube attached to the small tapered nozzle on the pump, and the other end which should have a small filter attached to it - is what you would submerge in a container of soap/degreaser/chemical solution of your choice.

If you have it set up in this way you will get the addition of whatever soap product you have the clear tube sitting in mixed into your spray stream. -- it's important to note that you will only get suction and soap flowing through if you are using the widest (black) spray tip. With the broad spray tip on you can get soap flowing either with or without the engine running - which can sometimes be helpful if you have to be careful of what you get the soap on.

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