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1994 ford f- 150 50 liter was spraying water out of a hole on the side of the intake passenger side what is this and is it a relief for pressure the whole is about 38ths of an inch big?


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2008-03-29 00:30:57
2008-03-29 00:30:57

I have a friend who has the same problem I hope someone will answer


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