but a chilton manual for it.
There is no 2.8 Liter in a 1989 Ford Ranger. The Ranger V6is a 2.9 Liter and the distributor rotates clockwise.
There's a hose connected to the bottom of the vaacuum tank that's disconnected.... Where does it connect ? ? ?
On your 1989 Ford Ranger : The vacuum modulator valve is on the passenger side of the A4LD automatic transmission ( it might be behind a heat shield )
Autozone web page has the Vacuum diagram for the1989 Dodge Dakota.
You can find a vacuum line diagram for a 1989 Dodge Dakota by checking the owner's manual. You can also find them at different auto part retail stores.
Go to http://ww.mitchellrepair.com
The vacuum system diagram for the '93 Mustang 2.3 Liter engine may be found at the following link: http://www.autozone.com/autozone/repairguides/Ford-Mustang-1989-1993-Repair-Guide/VACUUM-DIAGRAMS/VACUUM-DIAGRAMS/_/P-0900c15
The 2.3 liter in the Ford Ranger from 1989 to 1997 and the 2.5 liter from 1998 to 2001 use ( 8 ) spark plugs
Haynes Manuals have all diagrams for the ranger including the one you seek
what do you need to know, I have an 89
Vacuum diagram for the emission control system is located on the under side of the hood on the passenger side. For a more complete diagram, you may try vehicle repair books (such as "Motors Manual" in the library).
It begins at the intake manifold.
the diagram should be under the hood on the sticker with the emissions information
A person can find a vacuum hose diagram for this car by asking if an auto tech will print one out. It is also found in the cars maintenance and repair manual.
haynes Auto manuals from AutoZone.Toyo joe
go to chevythunder.com, they have exactly what you are looking for
There should be a diagram on the underside of the bonnet/hood.
Mithell Manuals online 14.99 a month. You won't find it for free. local library brought up the vacuum diagram on the computer for me cost 25 cents 25 cents was for print out
I vacuum diagram for a 1989 Honda Accord looks visually like a maze. There are several lines going into different mechanical parts that need air to function properly.
In both Chiltons and haynes, there is a vac. diagram
Section 4-31 of Chilton Book #28160
Go to auto-zone and buy the repair book and in the back is what you need.
Are you sure it has a carburetor? Let's for sake of agruement it does, would you mean an exploded view or vacuum routing diagram or somthing else? BClear.