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I need to know the vacuum routing for the turbo and intercooler. I had turbo replaced and am only getting 1/2 of my boost.

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  • jeffreysturg Jul 30, 2009

    This is true, but as of right now, the vacuum routing is not right. It was only guessed at by my mechanic. Ford will not look in the archives.

  • jeffreysturg Jul 31, 2009

    Thanks for your help. A diagram is what I need. I'm good with all the emissions but finding it impossible to find a diagram that shows vacuum lines from turbo and intercooler and where they go. This is for a 1988 Ford Thunderbird 2.3 Turbo Coup

  • jeffreysturg Jul 31, 2009

    I need a diagram of the vacuum lines from the turbo and intercooler and where they go for a 1988 Ford Thunderbird 2.3 turbo coup

  • jeffreysturg Jul 31, 2009

    Thanks for the diagram. I don't seem to see the vacuum routing for the turbo and intercooler and where they go. Do you have that also?

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You adjust it on the wastegate.

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Hi...
Here is the vacume routing digram...
Also get the IAC valve check that can also cause same problem.

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Hope this help
Thanks
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