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2002 Eldorado ETC & 1997 Seville STS
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Unidentified hose – where does it go?
While checking out my power brake booster I found this hose flapping in the breeze!
Does anyone know where it is supposed to go?
I hope/ praying it is an assignable cause for my brake pedal being too long.


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2002 F55 STS, 2014 Explorer XLT, F-150
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That's the transmission vent tube - it's normally clipped to the throttle cable bracket.

EDIT - you can see the remains of the clip - the half moon plastic.

Edit #2 - use a black wire tie in the original clip hole. No one will ever see the difference. (You have your original brake work thread running simultaneously next to this one.....)

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1997 Cadillac STS (BOSE w/AUX In, Massage Seats, URPAS, "Z")
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Almost impossible to find that damn clip anywhere and due to the heat of th engine it gets cooked in 3-4 years.
Well you can always replace it with a generic clip but it doesn't look the same.
The other hard to find clip is the one holding the gas pedal cable attached to the tower strut.

Unfortunately that hose has nothing to do with your brake issue. Try brading the brakes.
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