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Old 01-13-2006, 12:02 PM
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1982 Bronco 302 Vacuum Hose Routing?

Does anybody have a good diagram or description of vacuum hose routing on a 1982 Bronco 302? I've got both the Haynes and Chilton manuals, but they are both very unclear in terms of vacuum routing. Any help or resources would be great.
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I have vacumm line picts in my gallery, hope it helps.
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Thumbs up Autozone.com has free vacuum diagrams

I found some great vacuum diagrams at Autozone.com. Found a complete diagram for my 351W that the Ford dealer couldn't even produce. Check it out.

http://www.autozone.com
- choose REPAIR INFO (left side)
- choose VEHICLE REPAIR GUIDES (center)
- choose your vehicle
- select FUEL SYSTEM
- from the drop down menu, choose DRIVEABILITY & EMISSIONS
- VACUUM DIAGRAMS is near the bottom of the list

not bad for free !
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I am having problems with installing my vac lines after not marking them and repairs taking longer than expected due to money issues. I new about the diagrams at autozone.com but for my 81 150, how do I know which one to use?
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When looking at the pictures at the bottom is I believe the calibration number. Which If memory serves me correct is the carburator model number,the date is the production on or before date and 5.8L is the 351 motor. I didn't find one for 82 specific, so you may need tail of 81 or beginning of 83 depending on production date of your truck.
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