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Need Vacuum Hose Diagram for '99 Ranger

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Old 09-11-2012, 11:28 PM   #1
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Need Vacuum Hose Diagram for '99 Ranger

Looking for a explicate diagram on the set up of all the vacuum hoses on a 2.3 liter engine. Looked all over the place and found your forum site.
Ok let me start from the top.
Took over my son-in-laws '99 Ranger 2.3 liter and come to find out its a '96 with a '99 cab replacement. No power anything. So far I found that the vacuum lines are cut and got screws in them and now the heater system just took a dump on me too. No air flow what so ever thinkin the blower went out but havent had time to look at it yet. My main concern is the air lines. Can anyone help me with a diagram of them, please.

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