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350 vacuum diagram

My truck has a rectangle vacuum canister on the passenger fender in my engine compartment. there is a black/red hard plastic lines and a white/red set also. anyhow the white line I found has broke off and I cant find out where it connects to. any help or diagrams?

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  • Bambenek Auto LLC
    Bambenek Auto LLC Apr 15, 2014

    Hi Rick Byrd, I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box? I can get the diagram but the engine should be a 5.0 or 5.8 ford did not make a 350 CID?

  • Bambenek Auto LLC
    Bambenek Auto LLC Apr 15, 2014

    Unless you have 4.9 or a 7.5. I just need the engine size.

  • Rick Byrd
    Rick Byrd Apr 16, 2014

    it is a 7.5 liter thanks

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Go to auto zone through the following Link and register for free then click select vehicle, add your vehicle and go to driveability and Emissions controls, than go to vacuum diagrams. They have much better diagrams than I have through Mitchell. Membership Benefits AutoZone com

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    I'm not trying to bail on the question, just giving you the best solution and visual.

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