The vacuum diagram for a 1998 Ford F150 is located in the service manual. It details how each vacuum line is routed, where the line is attached, and its function.
Follow the main vacuum coming from the intake manifold and it will right next to the vacuum check valve......
The schematics for a 2002 Ford F150 4x4 are located in various parts of the vehicle. The fuse schematic is located on the inside cover of the fuse box lid. The belt routing schematic is located on the front lip of the engine compartment. Other schematics can be found in Chilton's manuals for that vehicle.
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You can find a 1981 Ford F150 manual transmission diagram inside the vehicle's owner's manual. Some auto stores also have the diagram available.
depends on what you plan on doing if your doing mudding then bronco if your hauling things around and stuff like that then get an f150.
The factory service manuals are the best source. You can find them on E-bay or other web sites. Chilton's, Haynes or other do-it-yourself manuals are not complete enough to carry these schematics.
Go to a junk yard and buy a used one.
Chilton's manual, section 4.
The vacuum at idle should be a steady reading between 17 and 22 inches ( in-Hg). for most automotive engines
Check your vacuum hose.
It is for vacuum storage. It keeps blower mode from switching to defrost when accelerating. The mode selection is vac controlled and will default to defrost when vac is lost or low. This stored vacuum keeps that from happening
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.044 inch , according to fordparts.com
The Vacuum line for an automatic transmission runs from the modulator valve on the rear of the transmission to a vacuum port on the intake of the engine. Any available port will do as long as it is on the intake, not the carburetor if so equipped.
Could be vacuum leaks. The year and engine info would help us help you.
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A bad IAC (Idle air control valve) or a vacuum leak or both.
No idea! If anyone knows how to do this please tell!
You are having a vacuum loss. Check the hard plastic line that is on the right side under the hood for holes. I replaced mine and it fixed the problem. 1992 F150
Your best bet is to buy a Chilton's Repair Manual. It has lots of pictures and diagrams.
You can find a vacuum diagram, for your 1992 Ford F1 50 pickup truck, at most Ford dealerships. You can also find the diagram at most auto-parts stores.
It is on the firewall, drivers side, next to the vacuum brake booster. It is the small reservoir closest to the fender.
The delta pressure feed back egr sensor is located on the intake manifold. It is a metallic rectangular thingy with vacuum lines and a connector on it.