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Hi Kelly, You will need to replace the intake manifold with one that accepts a carburetor and of course get the carb. For an easy modification you will need to leave the computer in place with the operating circuit for the distributer. Personally I would prefer to attend to the injection system and get it operating correctly as injection is far more economical and much easer to service and repair than a carburettor. Regards John
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If you are speeking of the check engine light you can disconnect the battery for a few minutes then reconnect it and the light should go off.
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