1998 Ranger: Plugging Off Vacuum Source for the Hubs
I have ordered a set of manual lockout hubs for my 98 Ford Ranger. It has a 4.0L V6.
I have a nasty vacuum leak that I have pinpointed to the lockout hubs. The left lockout is hosed. From what I can tell, I can remove the fitting that's on the hub with a properly sized bolt. Does this sound right?
The next thing I want to do is plug off the vacuum source that's feeding the lockout hubs. I want to plug it off as close to the main vacuum source(s) as possible. Where can I plug it off, and what can I eliminate, if anything, without messing anything else up?