Question about 1988 Ford F 150
I have an 88 Ford F-150. There is a pipe that comes from the air pump down and into my exhaust pipe between the catalytic converters. What is this called and where would you suggest finding a new one.
I believe you are talking about the downstream tube. It has a check valve at the top that connects to a rubber hose , and then goes down to the converters. If that is what you mean you should be able to get one at any after-market supply store, make sure you get the valve, and the small clamps needed to replace it. it will probably have to be torched off at the bottom near converters.. Hope this helps. :-) Also make sure the head-to-head tube isn't rotted. It runs from one head to the other at the rear of the heads. ;-) Cobra
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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