Question about Chevrolet Camaro
Injected or carb? If all emissions stuff is removed are you replacing it or just making stuff work? If usst making everything work, you need a hose from carb to vacuum advance on dist (if you have one) You can try putting the line above the throttle plate or below it and see which best suits your needs.. There is a large hose that goes to the brake power booster from the back of the carb (if power brakes, Another line goes to the vacuum system under the dash (makes heater controls operate) That line can go to a fitting on the manifold or any other full time vacuum connection on the carb base. All other connections can be blocked off.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
What site can i go to to find pictures of a 1984 camaro carb system for all the vacuum lines and were they go to. thanks
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
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