The best place to find a diagram of hoses for a 1992 Toyota pickup power steering is in the owner's manual. Most auto part stores will also have a diagram of the hose.
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i have a 1985 Toyota P/U repair manual could you tell me wat vaccuuum hoses u need a diagram for.
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Drop the tank and there is a round plate on the top where the hoses connect. The filter is on the end of the pickup tube inside the tank.
Yes you can install power steering. I have installed it in my 84 pickup. You will need the power steering box and the gear box with hoses. I pulled them off a pickup at a wrecking yard, which is best, since everything is already there and you can see how it is setup.
Not sure what engine you have but it probably has TBI (throttle body injection) not a carburetor. I think the last year for the carburetor was 1985. Give us more info on the engine.
I person needs to have a diagram when making any changes to a car. For a Nissan Sunny B12 the diagram to the air hoses connected to the intake manifold and carburetor can be found in the maintenance manual.
They should just slide right on if I'm not mistaken.
The radiator?? Theres alot of hoses on a 4runner which engine do you have?
you can look in the front of a chilton, or a haynes repair guide otherwise you may have to find someone with a similar vehicle and take a picture of their carburetor
Nothing on a manual
There are more than a dozen vacuum hoses in your Chevrolet S 10 pickup truck. The majority of the vacuum hoses are connected to the transmission and the air cleaner. The vacuum hoses are also connected to the fuel injection system.
There should be a diagram under the hood driver side for the vacuum hose information and a EGR settings sticker on the passenger side. Find a repair manual or maybe ask at the parts counter at a Toyota Dealer for a view. I have digital photos of my 87 FX stickers if that would help
There are three hoses on a Polaris 300 carburetor. The fuel line is the large one. One is a vent hose that goes nowhere, and the oil injector line connects to the small hose connector on the right side, nearest to the air intake. It goes straight out.
get under the truck disconnect hoses unmounted old fuel pump...mount new pump reconnect hoses.
Remove both heater hoses from inlet & outlet of heater core. Connect these hoses together.
Remove the two hoses that go through the firewall to the heater. Connect these two hoses together.
see if it has a screw at the bottom of the float bowl, if so unscrew it and all the gas/water will drain out the vacuum hoses
Toyota ae 91 4AF Vacuum hose diagram
To bypass the heater core you need to remove the two water hoses going through the firewall from the engine compartment to the heater core and connect them together so that the water loops around back to the engine.