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Where is the vacuum hose located on my 2000 ford excursion Limited? It is the 7/3 diesel engine. I need to find it so my husband can replace it. It has a leak.

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  • Warbox May 11, 2010

    Which one? There are several.

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    Bill May 11, 2010

    Are you sure it's a leak and not the vacuum pump ?

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The main vacuum hose is at the main intake frame at the top of the engin


but the vacuum lines for the vacuum systeme are more than one which one you main.
any way use this methode to check for leaking hoses.
A small piece of vacuum hose (1/4-inch inside diameter) can be used as a stethoscope to detect vacuum leaks. Hold one end of the hose to your ear and probe around vacuum hoses and fittings, listening for the
"hissin'g" sound characteristic of a vacuum leak.

(It's quite common for vacuum hoses,especially those in the emissions system, tobe color coded or identified by colored stripes molded into them. Various systems require hoses with different wall thickness, collapse resistance and temperature resistance.

When replacing hoses, be sure the new ones are made of
the same material.

Often the only effective way to check a hose is to remove it completely from the vehicle.

If more than one hose is removed, be sure to label the hoses
and fittings to ensure correct installation.

When checking vacuum hoses, be sure to include any plastic
T-fittings in the check. Inspect the fittings for cracks and
thehose where it fits over each fitting for distortion, which
could cause leakage.
. Warning: When probing with the vacuu hose stethoscope, be careful not to
come into contact with moving engine components such as drivebelts, the cooling fan, etc.

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  1. Remove the bolts (7.3L diesel engine).
  1. Disconnect the vacuum hose and remove the vacuum pump and mounting bracket (7.3L diesel engine).
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Fig. Vehicle Speed Control, Page 01 (2002, System overview, Gasoline engines)

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Fig. Vehicle Speed Control, Page 02 (2002, System overview, Diesel only)

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a 7.3 with 97K miles is just getting started on it's lifespan. These motors will last for sometimes 300K miles with regular service. They do have a 100K powertrain warranty so you're close to out of warranty on this one. The transmissions and torque converters were sometimes weak, but if you treat them right, they'll last.
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