95 Mustang Gt 5.0 Loping

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    ReelNauti New Member

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    Hey Guys I need Help!
    I pulled the dash in my wife's GT to replace the heater core. When I put everything back and started the engine... It now has a lope just like I installed a new cam. Sounds good but she is not HAPPY:mad:!
    Driving down the road now it seems to have a skip in it.

    What is the problem? Help Me!
     
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    revhead347 I have face herpes.

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    Vacuum leak maybe? Did you not hook the vacuum lines back up?

    Kurt
     
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    I don't remember any vacuum lines! Where were they located?
     
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    On the heater control panel.
     
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    revhead347 I have face herpes.

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    There are a couple of them. There is a black one that goes through the firewall on the passenger side of the car and up to the vent control switch. Then there are multicolor lines that go from that switch to all the HVAC valves. I think they are red white, yellow, and blue. Then there is a big hose that goes through the driver's side and to a vacuum switch on the brake pedal for the cruise control.

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    The heater and A/C is working and cruise is working... All those vac lines are hooked up. Duhh I had forgot about them.
    Well another night in the doghouse... At least it isn't storming out!
     
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