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73 Mustang Vacuum diagram, with ac
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Does anyone have a link to a vacuum diagram for 73 Mustangs? With AC.   I think they are more elaborate than 71's  Thanks in advance
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(11-07-2018, 06:55 PM)71steed Wrote: Does anyone have a link to a vacuum diagram for 73 Mustangs? With AC.   I think they are more elaborate than 71's  Thanks in advance

First is the 351 4V diagram and second is the 2V.

[Image: 73-vac-diagram-CJ.gif]


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Jeff
1972 Q Code Convertible
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That really doesn't help since most of us don't use half of that stuff anymore. It doesn't show how the vacuum gets to the interior (ac box). The 73's also have a 4 inlet loop on the cowl. These show only two.
I'm really interested in the AC vacuum lines. Thanks anyway.
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(11-07-2018, 08:06 PM)71steed Wrote: That really doesn't help since most of us don't use half of that stuff anymore.  It doesn't show how the vacuum gets to the interior (ac box).  The 73's also have a 4 inlet loop on the cowl.  These show only two.  
I'm really interested in the AC vacuum lines.  Thanks anyway.

The diagram in this post should help.

https://www.7173mustangs.com/thread-vacu...um+diagram

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(11-07-2018, 08:06 PM)71steed Wrote: That really doesn't help since most of us don't use half of that stuff anymore.  It doesn't show how the vacuum gets to the interior (ac box).  The 73's also have a 4 inlet loop on the cowl.  These show only two.  
I'm really interested in the AC vacuum lines.  Thanks anyway.

The 4 vacuum connector is not connected in the middle it's 2 by 2, see picture
Follow the schematic how the lines are connected.  https://www.7173mustangs.com/thread-vacu...um+diagram


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(11-08-2018, 01:14 AM)rackerm Wrote:
(11-07-2018, 08:06 PM)71steed Wrote: That really doesn't help since most of us don't use half of that stuff anymore.  It doesn't show how the vacuum gets to the interior (ac box).  The 73's also have a 4 inlet loop on the cowl.  These show only two.  
I'm really interested in the AC vacuum lines.  Thanks anyway.

The diagram in this post should help.

https://www.7173mustangs.com/thread-vacu...um+diagram

There are two A/C related vacuum lines that pass thru the firewall one goes to the A/C vacuum canister (bolted to the inner fender apron behind the passenger side shock tower) and the other goes to the Heater control valve. The diagram above show these lines along with the others identified by a color stripe. You should be able to identify your original lines by these colors.

 
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Here's as many as i could find
https://www.7173mustangs.com/thread-vacu...#pid246021



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