Question about 2001 Ford Windstar
I disconnected a vacuum hose for the heater on my 2001 ford windstar and i cant find where it goes
That path begins at the intake manifold which is the only source of vacuum for those controls. In all systems I have seen, there is a bottle or canister under the hood that acts as a reserve source for all vacuum-operated devices since the level of vacuum varies greatly depending on whether the engine is running free or lugging. Tracing backward might not be fun but is possible.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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