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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-21-2006, 09:19 AM Thread Starter
 
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hey guys i have a problem, i lost my spout connector on my 5.0 95 bronco, does anyone have the part number on that piece? you can check under tha hood... thanks...
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Re: need a part number

WTF is a spout connector?
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hey guys i have a problem, i lost my spout connector on my 5.0 95 bronco, does anyone have the part number on that piece? you can check under tha hood... thanks...

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The number off of mine is- E53B-14A624-D.
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That's the little plug that you pull off to time the engine.-Bob
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mmm, kinda weird, i put that number in motorcraft web page and it says that theres no part for that number, are we sure were talking about the same piece?, im talking about that small thing that look like a fuse, it goes near to the ignition module on the left side of the truck, not in the distribuitor... i went to a ford parts dealer and that piece does not appear in the ford piece guide...
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That's were my spout is located on my '90. Maybe because it's 16 years old? My truck is a '90 and My module is on the distributor not on the fender. - Bob
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mmm no, thats not the same piece, can anybody help me out here? at any time check under the hood on 5.0 93+ broncos, just need to know if it has a part number, and of course, the number if theres one there...

by the way, thanks anyway dude...
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Go ride by the dealership and show them what you need they will know the technical name for it, which will lead to a part number.
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mmm, i went to ford, they checked at the motorcraft guide and it doesnt appear... anyway, i went to a junkyard and found it, thanks anyway...
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