Vacuum line identification


0814Artillery

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My 2003 Ranger with the 2.3L was running lean. I found it was a vacuum leak. Temp fix I plugged the line. Than I had the time to go in and see where the line went to replace the thing. after taking to intake manifold off I found the damn like was broken off and I have no idea where I am supposed to route this thing. it was also melted in a part. Just bad all around. Can some one tell where this thing is supposed to hook up at? I'm going crazy here. :not_i:
 

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On my 2009 (same engine) that line runs to the evap canister purge valve mounted on the drivers side inner fender. Vacuum line routing does change though so I can't be 100% sure it's the same on your 2003.
 

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Makes perfect sense. Explains why I just got a P0455 code. On a different note after I put it all back together I now lost me speedometer, tachometer, and the Parking break light indicator. I tell you, if it’s not one thing with this truck it’s something else. It there a wiring harness that I may have not hooked up when putting the air intake back on?
 


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