Inside the automatic transmission pan
I don't know if it is the same but the EGR valve on my 1977 Ford 302 was underneath the carburetor at the back of a spacer
There isn't a carburetor , it's fuel injected
The engines in a 1994 Ford F-150 are fuel injected so there is no carburetor
the transmission that is in a 1996 f150 is a 4r70w if automatic
The 400 in the 1979 F150 has a 2 barrel carburetor , so unless your willing to change the intake manifold to a 4 barrel manifold and get a 4 barrel carburetor , I would stick with original equipment
how do you remove the old carburetor form a 1984 ford f150 4.9
You have a fuel flow problem. Could be an injector, could be the automatic choke or the idler control valve, usually located on the manifold.
Usually it's located near or under the air filter.
I believe that is an E4OD automatic transmission
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.
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