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Round Plastic ball under air box

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by bmj121, December 17, 2011.

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  1. bmj121

    bmj121 New Member

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    So, in my search for the horns, I discovered a round plastic ball roughly the size of a softball on my 1997 Ford Explorer. I wouldn't care, but it was just dangling there, unattached to anything except two wires that went into it.
    So can anyone tell me what this is and where the hell it's supposed to be attached?

    Also, I can't find the horns.

    This is my first post, so if I messed up on protocol, go easy on me.
     
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  3. weh87

    weh87 Member

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    As for horn I wanna say check under battery tray I'll double check when I get back to mine and I'll look for the ball.
     
  4. scdix50

    scdix50 Elite Explorer

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    The round ball is a vaccuum chamber. Should be attached to the interwell under the air filter. It has to do with heater control at the output side of the water pump.
     

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