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Old 09-07-2003, 12:40 AM
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1978 F250 400 vacuum diagram

The calibration code for a diagram and Tune-up information is

7-73-R10

The tune-up data can be viewed by clicking the link I provided in my 1st reply.
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The calibration code for a diagram and Tune-up information is

7-73-R10

The tune-up data can be viewed by clicking the link I provided in my 1st reply.
I do not see that on the autozone site you linked.
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Old 09-08-2003, 01:10 PM
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1978 F250 400 vacuum diagram

Whoops, I meant this one for the specs.

http://mil1ion.clubfte.com/78Calibra...e-upSpecs.html

And this one for a *Generic* diagram.

http://mil1ion.clubfte.com/FordVacuumDiagrams.html
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Great Thanks! Bob
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1978 ford 400 vacuum diagrams for california EGR

http://www.supermotors.net/getfile/6...al/vacuum2.jpgI was having the same vacuum line disaster to deal with when I went to smog my bronco, here is the diagram I used to get it to pass and it worked great.

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