Question about Ford E-Series
Check the vacuum line from the engine intake manifold. You can identify it as a small diameter plastic hose that goes from the engine to the firewall on the left side of the firewall. Is it connected to the engine? Is the hose at the connection cracked or otherwise leaking? If the hose is OK, it may be the switch at the control unit. If you can pull the vacuum connector from the control panel, check to see if there is vacuum on the same hose from the engine while the engine is running. If you have more questions, please reply.
Posted on Sep 10, 2010
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