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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hose connection location
If you look under there you should find a steel or plastic line that runs up to a place inside the engine bay.( If it is connected directly to the differential) If it is connected to a box mounted on the right side axle it is part lof your 4x4control and should carry vacuum. With engine running you will hear vacuum leak and easily find connection point.
(but you didn't mention any driveline problem so it's likely the first, which is only a vent line. as long as it is not pointing foreward or straight up it is also ok to just secure it out of the way. (but not where it will become submerged in water etc.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
SOURCE: 1998 ford crown vic sputters
I would try to replace your spark plugs, and spark plug wires, My 88 Vic did the same thing...now it runs like a champ....you could also try fuel injector cleaner.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
no, if you think it is too difficult it isnt, just get a manual from the library or an autoparts store , and seriouslt make sure the tanks is low or empty and keep clear from sparks !!!
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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It kind of sounds like the Anti-Slosh Module. The fuel gauge is connected to the fuel gauge sender through the Anti-Slosh Module. The sender is a variable resistor connected to the float in the fuel tank which determines the amount of fuel in the tank Anti-Slosh Module. The Anti-Slosh Module provides a delay circuit to the fuel gauge which prevents the fuel gauge from fluctuating due to excessive movement of gas in the fuel tank.
The Anti-Slosh Module is part of the instrument cluster and to replace it, you will need to replace the instrument cluster. I had to do one when I worked at Ford on one of their cars.
Posted on May 18, 2010
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