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99 5.0 Intake Vacuum Diagram

Discussion in 'Stock 1995 - 2001 Explorers' started by Jameson1881, December 15, 2017.

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  1. Jameson1881

    Jameson1881 Elite Explorer

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    I just finished digging down to put in new intake manifold gasket and replace some cracked vacuum hoses. Fire it up and will not run. I found that I have left a vacuum line open but have no clue what goes to it. Really don't want to yank this intake again! Does anybody have a good picture/diagram of the vacuum lines?

    The one I missed is on the back of the upper intake between the intake and the firewall. It's just below the top and points straight toward the firewall. I have the tree attached below. Thanks in advance.
     
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    Pointing straight back would be pcv vacuum, joined with another using the f shaped fitting and u shaped hose;

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    Thanks for the pic. It's the one on the right hand side of your picture that has nothing attached to it. My F fitting seems to be just a T but still goes to PCV.
     
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    I'm not 100% on this but I believe it is the vacuum feed for the fuel pressure regulator and egr solenoid. Might be a white-red and green vacuum bundle.
     
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    All those lines were shot on mine so I had to make up new lines. Very well could be I just forgot to add that into the FPR bundle. Thanks I'll see if I can find that diagram.
     
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