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Old 01-29-2010, 07:40 AM   #1
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I've got a vacuum leak and was wondering if anyone has complete diagram for this? Its a 95, 5.0 automatic...thanks for the help
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My truck has a permanent label on the lid of the air filter housing.
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Mine too, but I'm looking for the under dash stuff and maybe transmission...
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Good luck with that.

There aren't any vacuum lines to the tranny.
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Sorry if im wrong , but my 93 f150 doesnt have any vacuum lines going to the transmission everything it electronic. double check urs. and for the lines under dash board . they should be only couple line comming from engine comparment to the vent control. (vent, floor, def. , heater) , check the ones comming fron engine and see if they have a leak.
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Thanks guys! Yeah when I accelerate the air to the vents, floor where ever just goes away...so I know that its a vacuum leak somewhere.

The tranny thing is kinda strange. If I drive it hard it shifts fine, but if I drive like I normally do (baby it) I get strange things. Like shaking, cant make up its mind if it wants to get into/stay in OD, things like that. Thought maybe it could be a vacuum thing as well.
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check fluid level in transmission. when was last time u replace trans. filter
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Just got it on 1-2-10. Still feeling it out. Bought it with 130k still had the original window sticker in the owners manual! Some of the maint records not all. Transmission fluid level looks good. As soon as it warms up here in SC thats something I gotta look into.
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