Question about 1997 Ford Econoline
I notice that my oil intake tube is disconnected from engine. I see that there is a clamp in the actual nut that is suppose to screw onto the engine. But, when I put my finger inside the engine part I didn't notice any threads. I believe this is the reason
I'm losing power. Does anyone know what can I do?
You feel that hole were you put your finger,, well that tube goes right into that hole it don't screw in or anything. when you get it in tap it a few times to seat it down in the hole.. good-luck ray
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