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Old 05-25-2013, 06:14 PM
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where does this hose go?

got my truck back from ford, putting it all together and i can't seem to find where this hose goes?

also there is a grey vacuum hose thats hard plastic and has a rubber end, on the passenger side of the truck that I'm not sure what it goes to either.

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the hard plastic with rubber
look above the dipstic for a vac canister that has a nipple
it's the heater bypass
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Old 05-25-2013, 06:33 PM
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to the right and behind the oil filler is the one I think your missing

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Old 05-25-2013, 06:34 PM
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the hard plastic with rubber
look above the dipstic for a vac canister that has a nipple
it's the heater bypass
alright! I'm going to look now.

any ideas on why my truck is hard to start, like takes 30 cranking seconds to start?

at first it was the hpop ball, that is pressed in, that popped out. i fixed that hole with a bolt that was locked in.

but now its running really rough and doesn't want to start up real easy
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the other one if a vac line would be near the pass side battery and vac pump / reservoir

unless it's one that runs down to the hubs ?
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what did ford do ?
or is there a thread abut it ??
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what did ford do ?
or is there a thread abut it ??
i think i did make one, but i took it in cause of the long cranking and no oil pressure at idle. I have a extended warranty that don't cover high pressure oil pumps. only oil pumps so ford wanted to charge 4500 and i said ill just do it my self.

still cost 1000 just for diagnose and i had to put it all back together my self.

all new gaskets and o rings but still don't want to hardly start.
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battery voltage drops to 8.8 during cranking, both brand new batteries not even a month old
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Charge the batteries. That hose appears to be the MAP sensor hose that runs from the right side intake manifold runner to the MAP sensor that hangs off of the evaporator housing.

If it is taking that long to start it sounds like a definite HPO leak. If you had a ball pop out of the pump and replaced it with a bolt, just replace the pump. There is no room for backyard engineering in these engines.
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yeah thats what i was really hoping it would not be.. already spent 1200 just to get it home, spend a week getting it all back together.
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