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My 1997 ford f150 heater will not blow hot air. i have replace the switch that controls the hot and cold air. i do not know what else to do. i do not heat any vacuum noise when i switch it to the heater or...


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Control System Outputs
The air management doors are controlled by vacuum control motors (18A318) and an A/C electronic door actuator motor (19E616). The air inlet and distribution doors are controlled by vacuum control motors. The temperature blend door is controlled by the A/C electronic door actuator motor.
The A/C electronic door actuator motor provides a variable number of temperature blend door positions. Temperature control position energizes the A/C electronic door actuator motor moving the temperature blend door.
Vacuum control motors are used on both air distribution and air inlet doors. The air inlet and panel/defrost doors use a two position vacuum control motor. The floor duct/panel door uses a three position vacuum control motor. Vacuum control motors are controlled by engine vacuum through the climate control head.
For more information on the control components Section 412-04 .
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Air Management Doors
The air management doors are controlled by vacuum control motors (18A318) and an A/C electronic door actuator motor (19E616). The air inlet and distribution doors are controlled by a vacuum control motor. The temperature blend door is controlled by the A/C electronic door actuator motor.
The A/C electronic door actuator motor provides a variable number of temperature blend door positions. Temperature control position energizes the A/C electronic door actuator motor moving the temperature blend door.
Vacuum control motors are used on both air distribution and air inlet doors. The air inlet and panel/defrost doors use a two position vacuum control motor. The floor duct/panel door uses a three position vacuum control motor. Vacuum control motors are controlled by engine vacuum through the climate control head.
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Section 412-04: Control Components - Climate Control 1997 F-150, F-250 Workshop Manual
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION A/C Electronic Actuator
Removal
  1. Remove the floor duct panel.
    • Remove the two plastic push pins (one each side) and release the expander clip.
  1. Remove the RH instrument panel brace.
    1. Remove the lower nut.
    1. Remove the upper bolt.
    1. Remove the brace.
  1. Remove the LH instrument panel lower nut and position brace out of the way.
  1. Disconnect the vacuum harness from the vacuum actuator.
  1. Remove the floor duct.
    1. Remove the two screws (one each side).
    1. Remove the floor duct.
  1. Remove the panel/floor door vacuum control motor.
    1. Disconnect the vacuum line connector.
    1. Remove the two panel/floor door vacuum control motor screws.
    1. Slide the rod out of the door and remove the panel/floor door vacuum control motor.
  1. Remove the electronic actuator.
    1. Disconnect the electrical connector.
    1. Remove the three screws.
    1. Pull down to release the actuator shaft and remove the electronic actuator.

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How can I find a vacuum hose diagram for a 1978 mercury grand marguis


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Vacuum diagram for 78 chevy c10 pu 250 inline 6


1978 Chevrolet Truck C10 1/2 ton P/U 2WD 4.1L 1BL 6cyl

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Fig. 14: Vacuum hose schematic - 1978 250 engine, light duty emissions (except California)

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Fig. 15: Vacuum hose schematic - 1978 250 engine, light duty emissions (California)


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1978 corvette when i shut the car off my head lights pop up. i can start the car and they go down and stay down. got any ideas


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My 69 chev vacuum retracktable headlights dont work.have all new lines and light switch ,using old original actuators


I believe, the best way to track down a headlight vacuum problem with a Corvette, is to make yourself a checklist, and go through it one by one.

Start at the vacuum source.

1.Is the main hose coming out of the intake manifold getting vacuum?
Pull the hose loose from the Vacuum Filter. (White round plastic object with a molded fitting on each side) Is there vacuum present?
No? Remove the hose from the intake manifold fitting, remove the fitting. Take a stiff piece of wire, (Open wire clothes hangar?), and see if the opening is blocked. Perhaps the carbon has built up here.
Vacuum present? Go on.

2.Remove the hose from the other side of the Vacuum filter. See if you can blow through the filter. This filter is to prevent particles from going down into the engine. The filter may fill up, and be blocked over time.
You can blow through it? Go on. No? Replace it. (Replace items that you have disconnected, and checked to be good, as you go forward in your checklist)

3.Is the Vacuum Check Valve working correctly? The check valve has two ports on one side, and one port on the other. You should be able to blow air through either of the two ports, but not be able to blow air through the single port.
Checks okay? Go on. It's bad? Replace it.

4.All devices connected and hoses. Set the parking brake. Start the car. Disconnect the vacuum supply hose under the dash, to the headlight switch. This hose connects at the back of the headlight switch.
Is there vacuum present? Should be. If not, it's the hose coming up to it. If so, disconnect the hose that is at the back of the 'Pull Down' switch.
(Manual Override Pull Down Switch)
Vacuum coming out of the fitting on the 'Pull Down' switch? Is the knob pushed up, or pulled down? Pull it down to open it. Vacuum coming through? Yes? Go on. No? Replace it. (Should be in the Up position to keep the headlight doors open. You are just testing the switch itself)

5.Car off, not running. Things get a little tougher here. You now need to access all of the front vacuum components, and hoses. The best way to do this, is to remove the hood. I would mark around where the hinges attach to the hood, so that realigning it will be easier. If you have a concours show car, I leave the method of marking it up to. Or, you just may want to remove it, and reset it without marks on your baby. I Fully understand! ('70 and '76 'Vette owner)

You should still have vacuum built up. The hose from the 'Pull Down' switch comes from under the dash, through the firewall, down the left fender well, and ends in a 'T' fitting in the Front/Middle, of the car. Remove the hose from the 'T' fitting. Use care, as the fitting may be plastic. (Or you may have replaced it with a metal one. Smart person you, if you did!)

There should be a residual amount of vacuum. If not, reattach the hose, fire the car up. Disconnect this hose again. You should be well away from the fan, and your parking brake should be set.
(I realize that the radiator, and radiator shroud, blocks you from the fan, but I just had to say that)

Vacuum coming from the hose? Okay, reattach it.

6.Your Actuators have a rod coming out of the middle of them. This rod operates the headlight mechanisms. Down where the rod first comes out of the Actuator, there is a Rod Dust Shield. Under this dust shield is a Rod Seal. The seal goes around the rod, and is attached to the middle of the Actuator. Press your finger/thumb against this seal. Hear a vacuum leak? Time to replace that seal.
Go to the other side. Is it leaking? Time to replace that seal. New Actuators are about a $100 bucks a piece. Seals are a WHOLE lot cheaper!

The Green hose opens the headlight door. The Red hose closes it.
If the headlight switch is in the On position, and the 'Pull Down' switch is in the Up position, go from underneath the car, and push up on the front of the headlight door. The headlight should come up.
No? Go to the door mechanism. There is a L shaped link. Push down on it. Now the door should come up. Suspect a bad Actuator.
Depends on if those seals are bad. If they leak enough it may not be the Actuator.

7.Your Vacuum Reservoir is up on the fender well. If it's the original one it's steel. Check it for holes. These tanks rust through.

8.Check the Vacuum Relays. There are two. The middle fitting on the body of the relay, is where the hose from the Vacuum Reservoir attaches to. If memory serves there is a single hose coming from the Vacuum Reservoir, and comes to a 'T' fitting, then splits off to those Vacuum Relays, for the '69 'Vette.

There is a diaphragm at the end of each relay. The diaphragm enclosure, looks like two pie pans put together. These enclosures can rust over time, and develop a hole for a vacuum leak. The hoses from the 'T' fitting, that goes up to the 'Pull Down' switch, comes to this diaphragm. If this diaphragm is bad, the headlight doors won't go up, or come down.

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1978 ford vacuum diagram


if you have not recieved the info you need, send me an email address to eric.fleming@deacon.com i will send you a copy of the mitchell manual spec. i would need to know engine size, axle etc. or if you have the calibration number.

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