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Old 01-15-2012, 05:15 AM   #1
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As you all know I bought a basket case f150. It has a rebuilt motor in it. Alls it has is the motor I have a pile of parts to put back in. Missing bolts and vacuum lines. That's pretty much it the rest is there. I could pass the deal on it up. Now I got a headache of a mess in the shop. I need some info on the vacuum lines tree in the back of the manifold. I did a search no real help there. Any help would ne appricated
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As you all know I bought a basket case f150. It has a rebuilt motor in it. Alls it has is the motor I have a pile of parts to put back in. Missing bolts and vacuum lines. That's pretty much it the rest is there. I could pass the deal on it up. Now I got a headache of a mess in the shop. I need some info on the vacuum lines tree in the back of the manifold. I did a search no real help there. Any help would ne appricated
Are you looking for how the vacuum lines are routed? if so i might have some diagrams, what year and engine?
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Yes. Its a 93 5.0 5 speed
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Yes. Its a 93 5.0 5 speed
This is a rough diagram i found, ill look for others but this is how it should be run from the intake manifold
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