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Old 05-17-2013, 05:34 PM
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Need Vacuum diagram for 1972 F100 302 manual transmission

I am in need of a vacuum lines diagram for my 1971 F100 302 manual transmission 2 wheel drive. Can anyone tell me where I can find one.
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In the original Ford Shop manuals I believe the vacuum stuff was in the Electrical book. I know it was in a 1978 book I had years ago. Not sure if 1972 was that way. Is this the original engine? If not you may need a manual for whatever the engine came out of.
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