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1995 F-150 emissions sytem question

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Old 02-05-2017, 12:15 PM
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1995 F-150 emissions sytem question

I have a 1995 f-150 5.0. I put a new Walker exhaust on the truck including Y-pipe and cat. The original exhaust had the tube going from the air diverter valve behind the engine down to the original cats. I removed this tube since there was nowhere to hook it up to the new exhaust.

My question is should I just leave the diverter valve not hooked up to anything behind the engine? It seems to be running fine like this.

Also should I leave the TAB and TAD solenoids as they were?
 
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Unless you want to delete the whole air injection system, I would just leave it. I removed mine and it was more work then it was worth in my opinion.
 
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