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Old 06-19-2013, 08:51 PM
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Question '96 F150 4X4 5.0l extended cub issues.

If I can explain the situation it will be a miracle, for I am utterly inept when it comes to auto maintenance.




So in this picture there are 2 holes in the "throttle body"? Is there supposed to be a "vacuum line" or something attached to the lower one? My truck has been spitting out anti freeze from it when engine is hot/over heating.
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So, no answers or trouble shooting ideas.

Thanks again Ford forum F***s!!

So I doubt I'll get an answer to this either, but here goes.

Now I have no speedometer. This would be great for the Zombie Apocalypse. But since we live in the now I'm just looking at major tickets from the police. So...

If you could be helpful at all, please reply.
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