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Old 02-10-2009, 12:13 AM   #1
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Default Seeking help with vacuum lines from transfer case to 4WD & 2WD solenoids

On my '03 Screw 5.4 4x4 I had a leaky battery and it ate through the vacuum lines running from the transfer case shift motor to the solenoids on the firewall. That harness consists of 3 lines...2 vacuum lines (pink & blue) and I think the 3rd line is just a vent for the transfer case. I was hoping to find it off the shelf at a dealer so I get all the connectors and everything all in one piece, but I called two dealers today and neither one could find what I'm looking for. From the looks of this thing I would assume maybe it's sold in all one harness but maybe not. Does anybody know what I'm talking about or know if it's sold as one complete part?
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I dont know what your talkin about. You cant just get a female female coupler to just patch it. But if not maybe you could put up a pic.
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Best bet is get one from salavage yard. It is all in one piece.
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on my '03 screw 5.4 4x4 i had a leaky battery and it ate through the vacuum lines running from the transfer case shift motor to the solenoids on the firewall. That harness consists of 3 lines...2 vacuum lines (pink & blue) and i think the 3rd line is just a vent for the transfer case. I was hoping to find it off the shelf at a dealer so i get all the connectors and everything all in one piece, but i called two dealers today and neither one could find what i'm looking for. From the looks of this thing i would assume maybe it's sold in all one harness but maybe not. Does anybody know what i'm talking about or know if it's sold as one complete part?
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