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Old 11-28-2012, 02:51 PM
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1995 vacuum diagram

I know the engine vacuum is Very simple, but when I bought my truck, all the heater air control vacuum lines have been bypassed.

Does anyone have a vacuum diagram for the HVAC system and where everything gets hooked up?

Don't just have the time to tear into the truck and trial and error the system.
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There's actually no engine vacuum. Here's a scan of the HVAC vacuum from the 1995 EVTM, assuming you have A/C. A bit fuzzy, sorry.
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Old 12-01-2012, 02:33 AM
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There's actually no engine vacuum. Here's a scan of the HVAC vacuum from the 1995 EVTM, assuming you have A/C. A bit fuzzy, sorry.
I guess I didn't phrase it right. What I shouled have said was the vacuum system in the engine compartment is very simple. I do know there is minimal vacuum on diesels and that is why we have the vacuum pumps. I guess I better be more careful with my phrasing in the future.

The diagram is exactly what I was looking for.Is that out of a Ford service manual? I know it's not in my Chilton.

Many thanks. I'll work on it this week.
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Old 12-01-2012, 07:25 AM
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That is out of the Electrical and Vacuum Troubleshooting Manual (EVTM, which is one of the factory manuals). It is available from Helm Inc for about $22 to $30 in paper version, which I recommend (much easier to read and flip around in). The EVTM is probably one of the most useful manuals you can have for these trucks. I have 94 and 97 in paper and 95 and 96 on CDROM. Both paper versions are beat up and dog-eared! Cheers!
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It's from the Ford EVTM - Electrical and Vacuum Troubleshooting Manual. Part of the Factory Service Manual set; it's a separate book from the Powertrain and Chassis/Body manuals. Indispensable for nailing down electrical issue, or doing mods with the electrical system. Don't get much chance to use the vacuum diagrams, unlike with the gassers.
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