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Originally Posted by dhanna6powerstroke
No problem. I would start by checking or replacing the vacuum solenoid. It is a little expensive but it only takes a few minutes to replace. It is about 4-6 hour job to replace all the vacuum seals, and if you do those you might as well replace all the ball joints.
If you do not have vacuum, you will be blowing air out of the defrost ONLY.
So unless thats happening I would start by checking the vacuum lines that go to the hubs for wear, cracks, tears, etc...
Early 1999 (4/98) 7.3, Automatic, f-250 superduty, 4x4, crewcab, shortbed.
banks power elbo
banks turbo housing
big head waste gate-disconnected
edge juice w/ attitude (just till I get a DP)
4 gauge pod with DiPricol pyro, boost, trans temp, HPOP