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I have a 1990 ford f150 with a 4.9 engine. I have a thermactor air diverter solonid that I can't figure out where the vacuum hoses go to. Out of the top of the solonid it has a vacuum t. no hose is on one end. A hose is on the other end, it has a y t at the end. I think the one end goes to the canister, but don't have a cluue whre the other two hoses go. Any ideas? Thanks

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SOURCE: 1990 ford f-150 carbon canister missing hose

just plug it up with something, a huge bolt will work fine just thead it in and make sure it fits snug and wont cause any problem

Posted on May 01, 2009

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from a 5.8 liter truck pretty sure it is the same. hope it helps!acvacuum3.gif

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SOURCE: have a 92 ford f150, the emissions canister has

Fuel tank vent

Posted on Apr 22, 2011

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SOURCE: My rig is a 1991

from your disciption i think your talking about the transmission cooler.it may look like a
small radiator with 2 lines going to trans & 2 to radiator
hope this helps
good luck

Posted on Jun 24, 2011

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