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  1. John Parr
    Yesterday 03:48 PM - permalink
    John Parr
    ive been reading your stuff for a while . good info. I have a 95 f150 4x4 5.0 manual. I think at some time in the past the po swapped engines. I HAVE to pass emmissions. I get codes 113,117,332,334. 113 is always first. there is no spot for an iat sensor,but the plug was under the coil mount. 117.the plug has ref.voltage,sensor is new. I figure the 332 and334 are due to vac hoses[since they snap if you move them at all.the tomato can is leak free. any help I can get would be great. thanks
  2. chris herman
    09-01-2014 06:40 PM - permalink
    chris herman
    subford
    hello you helped me a while back with my 89 e350 tioga e350 thanks a lot . I just came back from a 700 mile trip it started out where I had to give it gas to go downhill was holding back than it started making loud hissing like noise than it stopped and free wheeled freely . than got where couldn't run fast had pull over get a tow. tranny not slipping engine shakes when in gear but not in park . cat has been gutted trans fluid don't smell burnt. engine revs up like it should in park also new plugs wires dist cap and fuel filter.
    thanks hope u can help
  3. Conybman
    08-26-2014 01:48 AM - permalink
    Conybman
    Have 95 f150 4x4 w 5.0, swapping in ca model 5.8 MAf, I have the 7 pin connector on the back of my truck for back up lights and brakes.
    I know I have to run a wire to connector 205 pin #2 to run the brakes.

    Questions I have are these. I am a journeyman wireman and mechanic so reading diagrams and rewiring is not an issue!

    What kind of pin, male or female, what size and type of pin and where do I buy 1 to push into pin #2?

    If I buy 3 bosch relays to make my own trailer controls,

    Do I have to remove the in engine comp fuse box to get wires from the 30 amp fuse o the relay and for the other relays?

    Is pushing in a pin to #2 of 205 the only thing I need to do to make the trailer barked work? I know I need a jumper from the under dash to the controller.

    As said connections already made to factory trailer wiring at the rear. But no backup lites ( which is next).
  4. FourXFord2
    08-09-2014 11:30 PM - permalink
    FourXFord2
  5. FourXFord2
    08-02-2014 08:04 PM - permalink
    FourXFord2
    It's me again! I have been studying the diagrahms you e-mailed me and have a couple questions. Where is c106,c114. I don't know the year of the harness I used but I'm sure it was from a '90 F250 / 5.8L. I may have to add a wire or 2 to vehicle side of the harness. Also puzzling me is a red/ broken lt blue stripe. Starting system? and what the heck does haynes diagrams mean by NCA? I posted 2 pics on What have you done to your bronco today thread.
  6. guido2008
    07-20-2014 01:15 PM - permalink
    guido2008
    Thank you for the info, what ever happen to the simple stuff ion these things.
  7. guido2008
    07-20-2014 01:04 PM - permalink
    guido2008
    Thank you for the info, what ever happen to the simple stuff ion these things.
  8. ame1lcs
    07-18-2014 01:04 AM - permalink
    ame1lcs
    Do you know anything about the A/C on an 2010 f150 crew cab? When you use the select button on the center console nothing changes, like changing from blowing out of the dash to blowing out of the feet, or defrost.
  9. 87fordman
    07-16-2014 10:33 PM - permalink
    87fordman
    it has a carb
  10. Matt Cherry
    06-22-2014 07:03 PM - permalink
    Matt Cherry
    Sorry to bother you again my truck is still having issues. I cannot find a reliable diagram to wire in the selector valve its the duralast FSV2k. I had it running and was able to switch the tank from the front to the back tank and then that was it now im stuck on the back tank. Do you know where a good diagram to wire this in is. im hoping to find one that displays which wires go where on the harness that has all black wires and plugs into the selector valve as well as how to wire the rest of it in. any advice would be greatly appreciated at this point im considering bypassing the valve and using one tank but it would really suck to have all new pumps and sending units and valve only to still just use one tank

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    F-150
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    1995
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    95 F150 302 4R70W EB EX-CAB
    94 F53 460 E4OD COACHMEN SANTARA RV
    83 F150 Flare Side 351W AOD
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