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Vacuum pipe layout for transit 280

Where do the pipes go from the actuator

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I normally don't see this unless you have cruise control in some vehicles and you would know if that was the case if your cruise control wasn't working. The only other time I have seen it is when a vehicle was modified to tow heavy or long trailers and that would lead to a control box to activate the trailer brakes. It does not sound like this is the case. Check the Air Intake for an open connection or for a lose hose somewhere in that area. If you don't find one and the vehicle appears to be working correctly cap that open vacuum port and leave it unless something isn't working correctly. There is one other spot it might go to and that would be a line going to the transmission if you have had any transmission work done they may have forgotten to reconnect that line. The most common places to find a vacuum line open would be from the valve cover, the air intake, the vacuum canister or a control port on the top of the manifold if you have California emissions installed. If the trucks been working with that line open with no braking problems you may find the brakes a little more sensitive than before but it should not present a problem. Since you have the opening on the line if it does connect to something else you will find an open hose somewhere around that area.

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