Question about 1995 Ford F250
There is an electrical vacuum pump on the pass fender well area under the hood. It will have a 2 wire connector, and you will see where a vacuum line hooks to it. First check the fuse #27 15amp lower left side of dash make sure its not blown. If blown change it out and see if works, if it blows again then you will need a new vacuum pump. Also the vacuum hub seals are known to leak and they can be quite expensive to have replaced. If you get the pump working and the dash working you can buy a hand held vacuum pump to check them.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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