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Vacuum possible culprit ?!


Bear in the woods

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Ford ranger XLT
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My old post might be an answer to a current problem…. I hope. ….

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Took the wife to some doctor appointments in the old 90 xlt . Broke an old plastic vacuum line on the way there. “Fixed at parking lot of doctor” in route to second appointment,the line broke again. Once again I fixed it in the parking lot of the doctors office.. or so I thought.. limped it home..same symptoms as the vacuum line. But all lines r solid. I’m thinking 🤔 maybe something plugging a line where I fixed it🤔
COULD IT REALLY BE SOMETHING SO SIMPLE ???
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Ldr01rl

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