Question about 1995 Ford Econoline
The in-cabin directional airflow doesn't work. I've had a look at the vacuum switch. There is no vacuum tube into the second inlet from the left (next to the black); and I get a vacuum noise - like there should be a tube there. When I block the black I can get air to the screen. But this is only temporary; and doesn't properly solve the problem. Any suggestions.
p.s. I had to describe the car as an econoline - because that's the only 1995 model that the product dropdown would accept. But the car is a utility (same as a pick up).
One hose is reference the other is pressure, the hoses are different sizes, do you have the factory high-temp silicone hoses required? they are different sizes so you can't mix them up, vacuum hose will burn up in short order, the failure of this sensor is almost always caused by excessive exhaust back pressure, you may have a cat converter starting to plug up.
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
rough sounds comes even if u r in slow speed with high gear...if it s automatic gear then the prb is with the engine...jus give for engine test in u r nearby service station!!!!
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
Try ebaymotors they have repair manuals on cd that are inexpensive and have electrical schematics as well as vacuum diagrams. $15.00 - $20.00
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
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