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I use that pin to keep my camper tie down bar from sliding on the frame rail

I can see Alvins theory working on the 70s frame as they did not have alot of stuff rivited on them to interfer with stacking would not take alot to hold a frame from sliding only need two engagement points

the more I think about it the angle of the coil buckets on the 80+ frames would allow stacking as well as they do angle a bit from the frame

when I was aligning frames we did not use the pins we did use prepunched holes in the frame most of the pins were bent one way or the other plus our guages needed holes to secure to

without being a ford engineer that designed the frames in the first place my idea of the pins use is just speculation though I did find my own use for it :)
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whats this part called?

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With a 9.8 grade bolt to hold that, no wonder I feel safe in my bronco.
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ok, whats this?

Breather?, it's located between the battery and radiator. the thing with two knobs on it.

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Okay, on my '86 5.8 there's a hose that leads to the passenger side valve cover near the back of the motor. This hose connects to a metal piece that just sits in a hole in the top of the valve cover - no clip or screw or anything; it just sits in the hole. Along this tube there is what looks like a lever that swings 360 degrees. sometimes it makes a loud hissing noise - vacuum leak I presume - and I can momentarily stop it by putting my finger on the lever.

what is it and what does it do?
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PCV Valve, it should be pressed in to a rubber grommet in the valve cover with a hose going to the manifold it allows gasses to escape from the crankcase. Just replace the valve, grommet and reroute the hose while your at it.
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Thanks, however...

Thanks Giddyup, however I'm more concerned with what the eff that lever thingie is. I should have been more clear, but about eight inches down the line from the pcv valve there's a lever-device that is the source of the noise.
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Thanks Giddyup, however I'm more concerned with what the eff that lever thingie is. I should have been more clear, but about eight inches down the line from the pcv valve there's a lever-device that is the source of the noise.
Is it on the PCV line, can you post a image of it?
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okay, 3 inches down the line, not 8. sorry.

Here's the photo

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what is this called....ive searched everywhere

anyways I stripped the hole for the automatic tensioner, now i need a new bracket

i have only found one on ebay, and they call it an "alternator side accessory bracket"...is there another name for it?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Ford-E150-E2...-/320978675172
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Here's the photo

Did you ever get an answer on that?

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what is this called...
...I stripped the hole for the automatic tensioner, now i need a new bracket
No way to fix it?
Tap it out bigger?
Glue the screw back in with JBWeld or PC-7?
Drill all the way through and use a long machine screw and nut?
Absolutely -nothing- can be done to save it? ;)

Somehow this tinkering fool can't believe it, see? LOL :)

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...found one on ebay, and they call it an "alternator side accessory bracket"
...is there another name for it?
Ford has a name for it somewhere. xD

But if they don't sell it separately or it only comes as an assembly, with that
part included, then in that case they don't usually publish a name for it or a
"part number" either.

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Here's the photo
It's too close - I can't even tell where it is in the engine bay, or what the lever is attached to. Take another from farther back, and a different angle.
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...i need a new bracket
i have only found one on ebay, and they call it an "alternator side accessory bracket"...is there another name for it?
Probably, but just go to any junkyard & pick one up. They're common as dirt: all F/Bronco '87-96 5.0L/5.8L use that bracket.

BTW
Ford calls them "the brackets for the air pump, alternator, power steering and compressor", but I haven't found anything more specific.
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It's too close - I can't even tell where it is in the engine bay, or what the lever
is attached to. Take another from farther back, and a different angle.
How do you make a "divided by" symbol? :) = /2 ?
(could use it as the opposite of "times 2")
Anyway, I don't agree with any of that.

The picture is clear and well done and I know what area of the engine
it's on and can see the PCV right there at the end of that hose with its
st00pid little extra solid plastic hose connection and all. xD

I{t} looks like a bi-metal strip (heat) actuated valve to vent the PCV hose?

Anyway that's my guess, what it's really for or does I have no idea. :/
Be cool to know tho. :)

I don't believe in PVCs BTW. xD

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OK I had to stare at it, but I finally see where & what it is. Someone added a valve to cut off or adjust the PCV flow, probably due to an unrestricted vacuum leak, or excessive blowby.
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