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Old 11-15-2009, 01:21 PM   #1
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ID THIS PART PLEASE

the arrow points to the part i need to be id .
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Old 11-15-2009, 04:43 PM   #2
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Re: ID THIS PART PLEASE

It looks like the arrow is pointing to the black think that's holding your plug wires.......that'd be the plug wire seperator
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the arrow is actually touching the part .it screws down into the intake has a couple of wires plugged in looks like a temp sensor .it is leaking i need to replace
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ahh...ok, I see now. Unfortunately, I'm no help on that! Just give it a few hours, I'm sure one of the other guys will pipe-in about it.
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thanks man i' m in a tight spot .got to get this thing fixed tomorrow .maybe ford dealer will know .next problem is getting the old one out it is rusted bad .hopefully someone will help .this forum has been a pleasure so far .
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Re: ID THIS PART PLEASE

Can you get a closer shot?
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it's made like a t and a sensor is in the side maybe this pic is better
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man i been loooking for a min now and i just dont bro,,,sorry....its def something with cooling i think, i thought maybe it was a sensor or something but im not sure, if you look to the right at the top theres a section titled "top thanked users". email anyone of them and im sure they help you quicker than us, Goodluck bro
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I'll check my Haynes manual when I get home (currently it's in the garage in my tool box, so I've been kind of lazy getting it). Perhaps I'll see a clearer picture and a name for the part. If you don't get a response soon just keep bumping this thread until I have a response or send me a PM, I have a very forgetful memory.
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Re: ID THIS PART PLEASE

I think that second pic is worse than the first. Can you get a pic from say right above the part in question? I have hunches on what it is, but can't see clearly through all the wires and shadows.
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guy good new and bad .good news i went to pick a part and found the part .bad news i still don't know the name of it .thanks for all the help guys .
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Old 11-17-2009, 12:48 PM   #12
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Re: ID THIS PART PLEASE

I check Haynes and it didn't offer much help my closest guess would be the Positive Cranckcase Ventalation (PCV) (?) or possibly a realted component :dunno:

Glad to hear you got the part you needed though.
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