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Vacuum hose help!

ranger_ross

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I have a 1993 RangerSuper with a brand new 4.0l V6. I have everything but the exhaust hooked up and realized that I totally forgot about all the vacuum hoses. What would happen if I didn't reinstall them? Would it cause engine failure of just a lack of power? I've been working on this truck for about six months and would really like to drive it asap! Thanks!
 


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dankhimself

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Id hook them up, you need them, especially for the brakes.
 

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Id hook them up, you need them, especially for the brakes.
Heater controls, fuel pressure regulator, evap system amoung other things.
 

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Page 142-1

PM me your e-mail address and I'll send you the schematics.

You find page 142, it's in there.
 

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