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Temperature Controlled Vacuum Valve
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I am looking for the entire temperature controlled vacuum valve that goes in the heater hoses on my 351c 2V. Does anyone have one or know where to find it?

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NPD has reproductions.

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Mike
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That is a PVS valve used to control the vacuum from your carb EGR port to the EGR valve. The valve's intended function was to aid in warm-up driveability. Lol...some never made it past the trash can when the new owner and car got home. They can be identified by color code or engineering #. The most common valve for a '73 351C Mustang is D3TZ-9D473-A which could be blue or have a plain top. ID numbers changed several times through the '80s. You can use valves marked D3TE-AA, A1A, A2A, D5DE-B1A, D5ZE-A2A, D7ZE-A1A, A2A, E1SE-A1A, A2A, AND 77TF-A1A. I have found these on E-Bay by searching for "D3TZ-9D473-A".

Steve

No Officer...I really don't know how fast I was going, my speedometer stopped at 140!
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