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1988 ford festiva emissions control schematic

We have a festiva that needed smogged. The smog place said the pipe from the small manifold by the carb was missing and needed to be installed. The catalytic converter has no provision for a connection, although the muffler shop ordered a replacement that did have a connection for the pipe. I am trying to find out if this was a midyear change as our converter was the original and there was no way to connect it to the manifold by the carb.The service manual diagrams for the 1988 do show a connection from this manifold (control valve?) to the converter.Any help on this would be appreciated. Thank you

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  • Joel Friedenberg May 11, 2010

    Have you owned this vehicle from day one-new? The parts look up does indicate a converter with an air tube fitting and associated air tube for the 1988 model. There are after-market (universal) converters that would not have the air tube fitting, but would fit on the exhaust system.

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