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Old 03-30-2011, 11:09 AM
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Question Engine schematics 1981 Ford 460 E-350

1981 Ford 460 e-350 camper

I just purchased a '81 Holiday Rambler last Fall and upon pickup recently , all the vacuum hoses had been taken ... I haven't been able to find a schematic for the hose setup anywhere , although I am waiting on a CD we ordered but haven't received yet . Can any one head me in the right direction as we need to have it roadworthy by Friday ???
Any help would be appreciated . I'd love it if someone had a closeup picture of the engine in theirs ! ( We have to purchase all the hoses also ) Thanks for ANY HELP.
( Neither Ford Mfg couldn't help me and only one dealership had a basic illustration they emailed but it's pretty blurry ? )
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