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Ac blower fan drops out on acceleraion -1998 xlt

Had this problem in f150 econoline and was diagnosed as vacuum problem

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Check your vacuum hose going to the canister in front passenger side next to water bottles most likely it pulled loose from the 2 way junction its plastic when you hit gas air stops blowing i know common problem for all cars remember the 2 hoses coming from the intake going past ac condenser towards front of motor fix the brake in line with a piece of 3/8 line to patch or push hose back into junction at bottle good luck!

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