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Is this bad? Not normal? Broke?

There is a line of some sort that comes striaght off the top of the front differential. Right behind it, there is a bolt of some kind sticking out with nothing screwed on it.

The line that comes out of the differential is about half an inch long but there is a very long line that hangs from the engine compartment. It looks like this line make have been torn right at the differential.

Anyone know anything?

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Thats the breather line off the diff. It would have connected to the frame to keep it above the water if you were in water such as launching a boat. Just get some new rubber hose and reinstall!

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Thats the breather line off the diff. It would have connected to the frame to keep it above the water if you were in water such as launching a boat. Just get some new rubber hose and reinstall!
Oh okay thank god. Thats what I though it was, but since it went up into the engine compartment I had no idea.

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