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Old 08-13-2009, 08:53 AM   #1
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I need a vacuum hose schematic, does anyone know of any links online that has those? oh, the truck is a 1998 ford f150. I have a Haynes manual but can't find it right now.
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There isn't a system routing diagram on the radiator core support or some other place close by. All trucks come with a diagram, perhaps its lost.
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isnt it on your fan shroud?
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Relax, guys, I sent him all the diagrams listed on my AllDataDiy account.
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Relax, guys, I sent him all the diagrams listed on my AllDataDiy account.
can you send me a copy of those too? '97 4.6
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bit of a hijack here but I always thought there vacuum routing diagram was on every car too. A couple of weeks ago I was helping someone out with their Cavalier - it didn't have the routing diagram on it! I was shocked! In these days of cost cutting is it really necessary to eliminate a five cent sticker?
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I have a 1993 F150 xl v8 302 2wd and I'm having issues with the timing. not sure where these two "hoses" attach I tried sliding the hose onto the pictured "nipple" but the the motor died, but I could restart the motor, just trying to put this motor back from receiving the truck in pieces. From the nipple there is a loud hissing noise so I'm guessing something has to go there...
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