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Old 07-10-2016, 08:52 PM
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Thanks, finally got it, a 2 hour detour I did not antticipate.

Just fired her up, got Fail safe mode, need to check for something not connected....
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Good job, glad you got it on finally. Good luck with the fail safe mode, let us know what it was.
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Success, after an unexpected 2 hour detour, got the vacuum line back on. Fisnished the phaser and timing chain install.

What a lost weekend......

Thanks Vintageman for the link and photos it was a life saver!
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No problem, glad I could be of assistance. Good job on getting it all worked out. Did you figure out what caused the fail safe mode?
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Yes, connector to intake was off.

Clicked it on, stated up no safe mode but 6 throttel sensor codes. Reset codes, took on 30 mile road trip 0 issues!

Regarding the reason for the repair, The phasers where old bu no sign on "failure" , the timing chains @95k miles where stretched, and guide on both side where broken so they had to go. the noise is still there but not as noticeable. earlier I had replaced the cam solenoids and that had a big impact / illiminated the rough idle. ccAlso did plugs and coil packs while i was in there.
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Originally Posted by vintageman View Post
If memory serves me right, you have to go underneath the truck, on the drivers side to be able to reach up and reconnect the hose. You may have to take the shift cable mounting bracket off to be able to get a better view but reinstalling that hose is done from underneath. I had a pdf file on the proper way to install it, I will look for it if you can't get the hose on. I sent it to another member via email a couple years ago and it worked for him, so it has been tried and tested as accurate. Let me know if you need it. Good luck. Tom
Sorry to bring up a old thread but do you still have the PDF file? Is it the same with a 06 5.4?
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Here you go
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2012-04-02_204954_08s05_recall.pdf (854.5 KB, 1137 views)
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Old 08-07-2016, 03:51 PM
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vintageman, Your instructions appear to show the vacuum booster hose on the drivers side. My instructions from a few years back refer to the IWE hose on the passenger side. From everything I've read and discussions with Ford, the IWE hose cannot be accessed from the top or underneath. Did you reconnect a IWE hose?
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Totally different hoses. This vacuum hose is the brake booster to the back of the intake manifold. I haven't had to mess with the IWE system but there is a solenoid on the passenger side firewall behind the battery with vacuum lines to it for the IWE system. I am not sure if the IWE goes to the intake or not.
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It T's off right next to the brake booster, so same line...
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