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Old 05-12-2009
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need some help on vaccuum lines on 93 3.0L

So my truck that i just finished replacing motor and other parts in...i Just got the tag and ins. put on truck today..it passed emissions thankfully...even though not even 2 miles after I left the place the check engine light came back on...but anyways me and my brother were fooling around under the hood today..just cehcking other misc. things out...but anyways the vaccuum lines that hook to air filter box are having issues. One line is comepletely off...its the line closest to passenger fender. I'm not sure where it hooks back up to...so if anyone out there has a 93 or 94 model...or maybe even the early 90's models...not sure if they are the same under the hood or not...but need help figuring out where these vaccuum lines run to. Also need to find out how the cruisecontrol line is ran. I have a port coming off the top of the cruise control servo i believe is the term for it..and there is a vaccuum line that comes up beside it but is too short to reach..not sure if this runs to that port or somewhere else....i can take some pictures tomorrow if needed. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks
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The earlier years of the Ranger, from 83-92, have a different engine setup. If you could post a pic of the engine bay, that would be helpful.
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These are the vacuum lines that i'm needing help solving where their correct location is. The vacuum line that comes off the lower air intake was just laying in there...and then the two ports coming off the air filter box..the first one is hooked up but the second one is not..my brother just put the lower air intake line on that port but that is not the correct location for this line... I have the correct line that hooks onto that port just done know where the other end hooks up. thanks for the help
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Ok... So they are the same. It looks like its hooked up like it is supposed to. Sorry I didn't get to you sooner. lol
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ok thanks..so your truck is hooked up the same identical way???
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Yep. If you are talking about the Black with Yellow stripe. If it is the other one then it goes across the engine to a port just to the right of the distributor.
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