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89 5.0 f150 loading up feels like it's running to rich

I replaced all the sensors and it ran great. Some how all the vacume lines melted i know how they got hot but now i don't know how to rerun them. I need a scamatic. Now it surges and feels like it's loading up. Can you help it's my only truck and I work out of it. Thanks Jeff

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MY 89 F150 302 HAS A VACUUM SCHEMATIC ON THE AIR FILTER ENCLOSURE. IF THAT IS NO LONGER ON YOURS YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO FIND ONE IN A REPAIR MANUAL AT YOUR LOCAL LIBRARY.

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