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  • About truck crazy man
    Biography
    born and raised in NL Canada
    Location
    Cornerbrook Newfoundland
    Interests
    love to work on vechicles woodworking and fising
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    NL
    Country of Residence
    CA
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-150
    Year
    1996
    Current Mileage
    Rather not say
    Miles per year
    Rather not say
    Gender
    Male

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  • Last Activity: 02-26-2016 07:46 AM
  • Join Date: 01-22-2014
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  1. Island Time
    05-14-2014 12:11 AM - permalink
    Sorry for the late reply. I guess I sort of dropped off the face of the f-t.com forums for a while. Life got a bit on the crazy side.

    I live on Orcas Island which is in San Juan County, Washington. It is a small group of islands in the far northwestern part of the state.
  2. Seattle Slim
    02-18-2014 04:12 AM - permalink
    Using deductive reasoning, the loss of heat into the cab is from air in the system. You say there is a "huge build up of sludge in the engine" where? in the radiator water? on the oil pan dip stick? on the rocker arms under the oil cap? sludge sounds like oil/water foam residue. a bad head gasket, cracked head or block can allow mixtures like this. Run a compression test on each cylinder to check for even combustion chamber pressures, 10% variance ok, then test cooling system pressure seal. one of these should lead you to the problem. as for your "small bypass hose" mine goes to a surge tank/washer bottle mounted in front of the air filter box, not a heater hose. my heater hoses connect directly from the engine to the heater core. If you need more, I can take pics of mine for you.
  3. Seattle Slim
    01-23-2014 01:47 PM - permalink
    Hello, I also have an older f150, mine is a Canadian built 1990 Custom with a 4.9 I6 (the old 300cid) with EFI, 4spd, and dual tanks. I may not be able to help you, but I will try.
    Jeff

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