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What is this

black cylinder thing on left is air cond dryer tank refridgerant pressure switch is top center of photo under this is Thermactor sort of a old time way of Exaust gas Heat recovery for cold starts these were abandoned because the diaphram would puncture from engine missfires and release exaust under hood and hence passenger compartment making car unsafe to drive

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Getting a code for smog pump

better check that info again. inspect belt routing diagram and vacuum diagram for thermactor pump and thermactor air system parts being present on your calibration. to my recollection there was no thermactor air used. where would they put all that plumbing?
pump, diverter valve, exhaust check valves, upstream and downstream air tubes? a ford has a label on the radiator support depicting the usage, hose color, and general vicinity in a schematic for ford technicians to identify. there is also a belt routing diagram that depicts the pulleys for the components. you dont have one...right?
you may have a code glossary for older vehicles. get the right manual at the library for free and restart diagnosis. or goto the emissions authorized repair facility and get the question answered after a quick self test

Apr 20, 2014 | 2002 Ford Taurus

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1994 f 250 code 82

code 82 on a 94 OBD 1 system is the thermactor air bybass valve most likely .Or the electro drive fan circuit is failing or thesbs circuit if you have a superchargerIts most likely your AB valve is cloged this will be a hard part to find i can give you a # of a place that sells this stuff after market LCM IS THE NAME you would need to call them and they would send you a magizine for free for your vehicle and you would need to take it from there but the parts are avaible just not at the dealer

Apr 28, 2011 | Ford F-250 Cars & Trucks

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Diagnostic code 44 on a 2003 ford escape

code 44 is thermactor air injection system inop

For more research google the above phrase.

Jun 04, 2010 | Ford Escape Cars & Trucks

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I need to know what fuse number 28 is ON MY 2001 FORD TAURUS

number 28 in the fuse box under the hood by the battery is a 15 amp Mini Fuse that run the HEGO Sensor Transmission Shift Solenoid, Canister vent, A/C Clutch Relay, Thermactor Bypass Solenoid. If your referring to the fuse box in the car under the dash it is a 10 amp fuse that goes to the Blower motor relay coil, EATC Logic

Mar 25, 2010 | 2001 Ford Taurus

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Wy the secondary air pump keeps failing on my 2001 bravada

Most likey a bad thermactor valve is damaged and is allowing hot air to enter the pump causing it to overheat and fail. Need a lazer heat gun to see how hot it is getting.

Oct 15, 2009 | 2001 Oldsmobile Bravada

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88 ford thunderbird the alternator shorted to the case and smokechecked. replaced the alternator, alternator works but is not doing its job, car runs off of the battery alone. need a wiring...

Had the same problem. Likely the fusible links. Get a Haynes manual with wiring diagram in the back (should be around $15 or so at an auto parts store). I also had to replace the air intake duct and several components of the thermactor air system. One other thought is that the new alternator is not putting out a charge, you might want to check that if you believe everything else is okay. I once replaced an alternator and the new alternator was defective. --Mark

Mar 21, 2009 | 1988 Ford Thunderbird

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