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Old 06-11-2012, 04:22 PM   #1
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Offical Name This Part Thread!

With the approval of FSB Admin we have a "Name This Part" Sticky! If you need help determining a part name or just want to read through and educate yourself this is the place to do it. To eliminate multiple part identifier threads and keeping the site clean, this sticky will be used to allow the FSB veterans to help us Noobs in identifying our unknown parts.

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Pictures, pictures, pictures. It is a best practice to not only include a close up of the part in question, but a wider shot so that viewers can get a good orientation of where on the truck we are looking at. Provide description to the best of your abilities.

It is also best to provide details of the year and engine type and any other details of your FSB/Ford Truck worth noting. The more information the better.

Any other information to add to this post is welcome. Otherwise I hope this thread can help keep the site clean and be of good use to all. Happy Hunting!
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and please keep this thread clean, no comments unless it deals directly with the question...

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Old 06-12-2012, 07:18 PM   #3
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Old 06-28-2012, 11:33 AM   #4
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I need to replace the hose (left) coming off this part but dont know what its called. Also how does it effect engine performance if at all?

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Old 06-28-2012, 11:51 AM   #5
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That's the diverter valve. All it does it redirect air (from smaog pump) to the heads to heat it then send it to the cats to warm them. Eventually, it closes sending non heated air to them.
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Old 06-28-2012, 12:29 PM   #6
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It's shown in the UNDERHOOD pics above, but here's one more:



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That's not how it works, or what it's for. Read this caption:

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Old 06-28-2012, 02:29 PM   #7
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Is there another name for it? I can find it listed on the usual parts places.

Thanks in advance.

Edit: found it at Rock auto by cant find the hose.

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Old 06-28-2012, 04:51 PM   #8
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Don't expect to find that hose anywhere other than a JY.
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Old 07-06-2012, 01:10 PM   #9
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Hey guys i have a 96 bronco 5.8L and need some help. The part is located right above where the upper radiator hose goes into the thermostat housing. Its about 2.5 inches long and screws into the motor. Has a sensor and 2 passages for coolant. Thanks in advance i need to get this part. ill take a picture later after work.
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Old 07-09-2012, 07:59 AM   #10
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Hey guys i have a 96 bronco 5.8L and need some help. The part is located right above where the upper radiator hose goes into the thermostat housing. Its about 2.5 inches long and screws into the motor. Has a sensor and 2 passages for coolant. Thanks in advance i need to get this part. ill take a picture later after work.
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yo dwade,
Water Pump By-Pass 3-Way Tee (HEX shape) pic & Ford part number; for coolant outlet on lower intake manifold (has the port for the ECT sensor and tubes for the heater core and TB is E8TZ-18B402-C TUBE ASY-HTR WATER; about $86.26 at Ford fordparts.com

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Bypass Hose 302, 351W
# 30645 $6.00 at Jeff's Bronco Graveyard
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Old 07-30-2012, 08:12 PM   #11
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I've figured out what this part is. It's the door chime. My question is, where is it supposed to be mounted? While fixing the Automatic shift indicator I came across it laying in the dash, not mounted anywhere. Just sitting on the lower panel with the plug the only thing keeping it from falling out.


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Old 07-30-2012, 08:57 PM   #12
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The wires will only reach so far, so it has to go somewhere near where you found it. If you can't find the factory holes, just screw it to something - it's not critical.
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I've figured out what this part is. It's the door chime. My question is, where is it supposed to be mounted? While fixing the Automatic shift indicator I came across it laying in the dash, not mounted anywhere. Just sitting on the lower panel with the plug the only thing keeping it from falling out.
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To right of strg column, behind dash; as shown in;
Chime Connector Location Behind Dash by Seattle FSB (SeattleFSB

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Old 08-06-2012, 11:56 PM   #14
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I am looking at a bronco that I am thinking of purchasing and the cowl?(i.e. the piece of metal between the hood and windshield where the wipers attach) is caved in and i am trying to find the part online to see how much it is to replace but I cant seem to find it in any of the catalogs so I was wondering if i had the right part name?
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Old 08-07-2012, 12:02 AM   #15
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I am looking at a bronco that I am thinking of purchasing and the cowl?(i.e. the piece of metal between the hood and windshield where the wipers attach) is caved in and i am trying to find the part online to see how much it is to replace but I cant seem to find it in any of the catalogs so I was wondering if i had the right part name?
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What year?
It is ref to as many diff names; in 92-96, Ford describes it as Cowl Top Vent Panel

Cowl Top Vent Panel
Item Part Number Description
1 ESB-M3G102-A Foam Tape
2 022A70 Cowl Top Seal
3 56903-S55 Screw (5 Req'd)
4 022A68 Cowl Top Vent with Radio Antenna Holes
5 022A56 Cowl Top Vent Grille Spacer (1 Req'd Each Side)
6 56910-S2 Screw (2 Req'd)
7 02919 Cowl Top Panel-to-Hood Seal
8 02012 Cowl Top Outer Panel
9 55927-S2 Screw (4 Req'd)
10 022A48 Cowl Top Outer Panel Extension Reinforcement Assembly
11 020A50 Cowl Top Panel Access Hole Cover (1 Req'd RH Side)
12 02824 Cowl Top Panel-to-Hood Seal Assembly
13 56902-S55-X Screw (7 Req'd)
A Tighten to 13-18 Lb-Ft


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Swap; "...92-96 wiper valance will NOT fit older trucks because of the difference in hood lines, but the '87-91 will fit '80-86, and the pinholes keep out leaves that normally fall through the slots in the older valance..."
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are available bec of the cash for clunkers AND GOOD VEHICLES mess; For a YARD SEARCH on-line, I use;
http://www.mypartshop.com/
Select All Parts
year, etc, then FORD TRUCK
Select Cowl Vent Panel
Zip or state
Prices range from $30.00
Some yards also indicate color, but None bother to show condition

or
http://www.copartfinder.com
Has Vehicle Pics!

http://www.picknpull.com

http://www.car-parts.com/

Also for obsolete parts;
Our Sponsor here has been adding some to inventory; Jeff's Bronco Graveyard
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yo Mr. Chaos
What year?
It is ref to as many diff names; in 92-96, Ford describes it as Cowl Top Vent Panel
sorry I totally forgot about putting the year. It is a 78-79 and the only one i can find on jbg is for a 66-77.
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Old 08-08-2012, 10:15 AM   #18
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sorry I totally forgot about putting the year. It is a 78-79 and the only one i can find on jbg is for a 66-77.
yo MR. C,
Appears no new 78-79 cowls are available @ usual Suspects incl;
JBG
lmctruck.com
millsupply.com
NPD.com
tomsbroncoparts.com
usautobodyparts.com
macsautoparts.com
autobodypartsonline.com
and many google searches.

So, have local yard pull one for you
or DIY

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Leaks in 78-79; "... If you have a problem water leaking into your floor or seen bottom of fenders rusting? This is what I done to fix the problem. You can look down into where your wiprer arms are and see the flow of water travel-as you follow it down-you will most likely see a trickle--which causes build up and later on . Your floor and front door post rusting out. What I done to cure it . Is I had enlarged the hole to about 1-1 1/2 inches. Now the water does not build up and it flows reall well. As you look behind the front tire-you will see a metal oblong plan=te about 1x3 inches long-take the plate off and you can see the really small exit hole---mine -you can see the big hole for water to flow. I have not had anymore problems getting into my floor b.y water.It takes about 1 hour to correct both exit holes .Can save you money later on.."
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what is the sliver canister looking thing in the top left corner. I just noticed today that the tube coming out of it is broken.
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[quote=Trey;2939789what is the sliver canister looking thing in the top left corner. I just noticed today that the tube coming out of it is broken.[/QUOTE]

yo TREY,
Ford describes it as the Outside Recirculate Door Vacuum Motor
Replace hose or repair as shown by JohnMcD348; "...began pulling out the tubing. To my surprise, the tubing that inside the plastic tubing was like new..." read more
http://fullsizebronco.com/forum/showthread.php?t=175808
or splice in a new section (feel for where to cut along soft section of hose) w/vacuum line in-line connectors or thin wall copper or brake line tube

The air handling system is designed to provide defrost when no vacuum is applied to any of the three air door vacuum motors in 92-96. This is done to prevent a situation where defrost cannot be obtained due to a system vacuum leak. Instead, a leak in the vacuum control circuit will send all airflow to the defroster outlets. This condition may occur during acceleration (slow leak), may exist at all times (large leak) and may happen only when certain specific functions are selected, indicating a leak in that portion of the circuit
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