Question about 1999 Ford F150 Regular Cab
Posted by Anonymous on
I found this on two 1999 F150 trucks with 5.4L. One was mine. There is a vacuum hose on the back passenger side of the engine that is about the size and length of your thumb. With age, this hose will collapse and then develop a vacuum leak. It can be pretty load if leaking.
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