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Please let me know the year, make, model and engine size of your truck?
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Is the hose from the radiator to the overflow tank installed?
Can you post a picture of the hose?
How about the washer hose? Did that get put back?
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Yes, it looks like the hose to supply fresh air to the valvecover. The other end is about halfway up the intake duct from the air filter housing to the throttle body. Was the air duct off?
That would be the only one then, it is a tube for air rather than liquid or vacuum. Check the air intake area and see if you are missing a hose.
Those are on the wrong end for what I was going to suggest. The drain hose off the AC evaporator inside the vehicle? It runs out the lower firewall on the passenger side.
Is the cone shaped end of the host slit so it will clip onto metal or plastic through a hole?
That is in the bottom of the air box for a drain? I really don't know for sure but I have had enough to know what they did with it.
Seeing as I can tell you exactly what it is I will opt out and maybe another expert can pin point it for you.
Sorry I could not help
Hello, you removed this hose in the process of replacing the radiator? Or did you have other parts under the hood apart doin other repairs? It almost looks like it goes to the blower motor on the passenger side of the engine compartment, one end would go to the hole on the blower motor and the other to the ac box. Air would flow from the ac box back into the blower motor to keep the motor cool?
Is the hose to the blower motor connected, that what it looks like it goes to with the shaped end.No fluid leaks, no vacuum leaks, main thing should be good otherwise. Unless it goes to the air filter tube assembly to the throttle body'