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Where can you find out how to connect the carburetor hoses for a 1986 Toyota pickup?

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2006-05-11 19:53:48
2006-05-11 19:53:48

the dealer parts department will copy the schematics if you give them yhe year and vin #...worked on my c-cab '88! dg

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