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Post Info TOPIC: Towing a 2004 F50 4x4

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Towing a 2004 F50 4x4

I've given up on towing my 2008 two wheel drive F150, because of the rust issue from living in a salt environment for the last 12 years and the mileage in excess of 200,000.  To replace it I've purchased a 2004 F150 4x4 with a manual transfer case so I can flat tow it.  This is a southern truck with no rust so although I went backwards in years I went way ahead with lack of rust and mileage.  My question revolves around the Ford towing instructions that states that flat towing "Requires that the center disconnect be locked out by capping off one of the front axle vacuum motor lines."  Does anyone here know exactly which vacuum line I need to cap off?  Neither the owner's manual nor the towing guide address this issue.

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