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Location of vacuum bulk hose

I was in the process of changing my cooling fluid and pulled out the #41 vacuum hose. I think its near the oil filter but I'm not 100% sure.

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It's connected to the Coolant reservoir bottle



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Yes two lines from the Reservoir bottle 1 is the return line near the radiator cap and the other is the vacuum line. i pulled the vacuum line out from the motor side and now i can't seem to find where it goes.
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This is the only place i found, but i don't think is right
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The reservoir bottle has two hoses the long one is attached to the radiator feed the other is hooked up to the back side nipple look at your first illustration you will see what I am talking about



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Is the #41 hose even connected to anything? If so where besides to the reservoir bottle
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Is the #41 hose even connected to anything? If so where besides to the reservoir bottle
It's an over flow hose and extends from the reservoir bottle across the engine then ends up sliding thru the gap in the left side lower by the kick stand that is where the vent hose of the gas tank slides as well



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Thank you Moeman i was freaking out i thought it connected to something.
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Thank you Moeman i was freaking out i thought it connected to something.
I understand man it's my pleasure to help you sort it out



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