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Vacume/webber problem i have a 1988 samurai 1.3 liter and recently put in a redline webber and have no idea which vacume lines go where and which ones to plug. if anybody knows what to do or maybe a diogram it would sure help me out.

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Is it the 32/36 weber or the knock off 34/34?

If its the 32/36 then the only vacuum line from the carb goes to the advance on the distributor. If standing in front of engine there should be a nipple on the left side of the carb.

Then there's the vent nipple on the carb. That'll go to the charcoal canister. There should be 3 nipples on it. It'll go to the far right one. If there's nothing on the middle nipple then plug that one.

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