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I changed out the 4.2L v6 in my 1999 f150 but the vac lines were rotted to the max I tossed them didn't mark them thought nothing of it and now I fired it up and need a vacuum diagram to tell me were the hoses on the right side of the engine hook up to. and, where the small coolant lines/bypass?? from the heater hose conectors on the intake and engine hook up to. cuz it's leaking all over the place, knowing I'm behinde the eight ball I put water in the radiator before I figured the hose issue out. to bad there's no diagram on the shroud etc. the dealer is useless to me been there no help. hoping I can check out some ones truck where I live, or get help here.
hi, if there is a diagram to be found on the shroud ? you could try a breakers yard ! just a thought.
the chilton workshop manual is the way forward for the info, if you can lay your hands on one.
let us know how things workout, bokker.
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