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Old 10-06-2002, 04:15 PM
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Post 1979 ford f150 351M engine vacuum hose diagram

I recently bought this ford truck, but all the vacuum hose on it were disconected and i can't seem to find the diagram anywhere. A good detailed one would be very helpfull. Thanks
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1979 ford f150 351M engine vacuum hose diagram

305 is GM engine.
We have 351's.

You will find a diagram on my web page.
access to it is below > Once there Scroll to the bottom Go to the index page and you will see the link

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1979 ford f150 351M engine vacuum hose diagram

Dennis, your diagram is labled 78/79. Would there be much difference between it and my 77 351M? I want to check things over and be sure all is well on it.
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1979 ford f150 351M engine vacuum hose diagram

Considering that most calibration codes orignated in 1977,I would say it would be fine.

The only real positive way for diagrams is to get the calibration code off the sticker that is usually on the front of Passenger side valve cover.

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