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Old 01-17-2008, 03:27 PM
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1976 F100 vacuum diagrams

Looking for vacuum diagrams for 1976 F100 Custom 2 WD with 360 engine, 2 barrel carb and auto transmission. I have searched the forums and not found info, but may have missed the right posts.
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I have them from 1973 F100's

I doubt the hose routing was much different.

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Thanks, Mil1ion, this is a good start. My 76 F100 has 3 or 4 more vacuum devices - 3 of which are mounted in the front corner of the intake manifold. It's these ported vacuum switches tube routing that I need information on. BTW, I appreciate you for posting all the great information on photobucket.com. I figure the vacuum tuneup is about 90% complete/correct. The normally open solenoid valve is not back in the circuit. Otherwise, most of the vacuum controls are working as they should. Have posted pics of the vacuum tuneup and engine compartment at
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Do you have to emisson test your truck? The smog crap used on the FE's really choked any MPG out of them.
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Emissions test not required but emission controls must be in place. Some inspectors will disregard missing components since testing is not required. But most inspectors will not do inspection if obvious components are missing, like EGR valve, PCV and a few other devices. So, bottom line, we try to keep major emission controls operative and look for the forgiving inspectors.
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