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What are you asking I have a 2006 as well

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Where is vacuum canister located on a 2000 ford expedition suv

For exact location and diagram of vacuum canister on ford expedition,click the link below and view its diagram:----
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Nov 30, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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P0171, p0300, p0302

Which engine does your Expedition have? The P0171 could be a PCV system issue, possibly an EGR issue, intake manifold gasket issue, etc. The P0300 could be a vacuum leak such as those mentioned above as well, but the P0302 and P0171 would probably point more to Bank 1. Based on these three diagnostic codes it does seem likely that one issue will probably fix all three diagnostic codes. I think you're correct in looking for vacuum leaks, but depending on the engine in your Expedition, intake manifold gaskets and the EGR system are a couple of candidates that you maybe haven't considered yet.


May 01, 2017 | 2006 Ford Expedition Limited

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Diconected vacuum hose for a 2006 ford expedition

Look under the hood there is a vacuum line routing guide.

Oct 08, 2012 | Ford E-Series Cars & Trucks

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Where is the fuel pump relay for the 2006 ford expedition

Have a 2006 expedition that died. Towed it back home and found that the #12 fuse was blown. Replaced the fuse and it started back up. After it started I gave it some gas and it died. It will not start again. I checked the fuse and it is not blown now. Any ideas????

Sep 11, 2010 | 2006 Ford Expedition

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When I slow down and my engine will vibrate.

Rough Idle usually indicates a vacuum leak. You may have to feel along the lines that are routed in the back. My expedition has a small line that is routed from the PCV valve to the back of the intake where it goes from a small hard vacuum in to a reducer connection. This connection crumbled. The vacuum lines deteriorate over time. Some may not look bad, however they are like a sponge. sucking air the entire length.
I use a propane torch (not lit). Turn on the valve and trace the vacuum circuit. If you have a leak, the engine will rev up slightly when the torch passes the leak.

Aug 26, 2010 | 2006 Ford Expedition

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Possible solution..Expedition uses a vacuum solenoid on the firewall that controls vacuum to the 4-wheel drive actuator. Vacuum "unlocks" the 4-wheel drive, so you may have a leak in the line to the actuator so the 4-wheel drive is always on. Seems backwards, I know.

Dec 07, 2009 | 1997 Ford Expedition

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I have a 2006 Ford Expedition. The Air

you have a vacuum loss to the ac control head, the motors that divert air are vacuum operated, if you loose vacuum the system goes to defrost for safety reasons, the vacuum comes from the engine, then goes o a plastic vacuum tank under the hook start there, it is a 3/16 id hose.

Aug 14, 2009 | Ford Expedition Cars & Trucks

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2006 Expedition Limited, misses while driving.

I have a 2006 expedition with 136,000 miles and have had the transmission checked and replaced the coil wires but it still misses at 40-50 MPH and at 70 mph does the same sound. If you accelerate and back off the go again it sounds like the transmission is clunking but the transmission guy said it wasn't the transmission. HELP!!!

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