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NEED A DIAGRAM FOR CARB VACUUM LINES

I SWAPT THE ENGINE ON MY AE86 85 COROLLA AND CANT FIGUER OUT THE DIAGRAM FOR THE VACUUM LINE....HELP..ANY BODY KNOW HOW CAN I GET A CLEAR DIAGRAM FOR THIS CARB? IS A 4AC MOTOR.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    try the public library for a repair manual..

  • Vic Zuliani
    Vic Zuliani May 06, 2013

    Repair manual doesn't work.

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Most of the time it is on the hood in the inside but you can try and get a haynes manual for your car and it usually has one in there

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Still looking for this info myself. Toyota offers no help and so far the Google doesn't help either. I have two vehicles. One some one took the carb off (it WAS in the trunk is now mounted but with no vacuum limes as they were all removed. The other the owner mixed them all up and there are three open vacuum line that go no where. 86 Corolla FWD, Standard shift. Need help!

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    Vic Zuliani May 06, 2013

    Still looking for this info myself. Toyota offers no help and so far the Google doesn't help either. I have two vehicles. One some one took the carb off (it WAS in the trunk is now mounted but with no vacuum limes as they were all removed. The other the owner mixed them all up and there are three open vacuum line that go no where. 86 Corolla FWD, Standard shift. Need help!

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Yogi go to this web page and put you bin # (toyoDIY.com

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