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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
should start on the pass side of the intake and go to a fitting on the firewall which goes under the cowling and through the cab.
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
If you are talking about the cruise control, there is a cable that comes off of the throttle and into a mechanism on the firewall. It vaguely, somewhat, not really looks like a mushroom. This is the cruise control unit. There will be one or two vacuum lines in it. Consult your vacuum diagram under the hood to find out where they are supposed to go.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
Check the available vacuum at a manifold port with the engine idling. It should be 17-21 inches of vacuum. If it is to low,it will give you multiple vacuum concerns. Also, I don't think this unit had a vacuum advance. This timing and advance should be controlled by the on board computer (or PCM). If you turn the distributor it will not change the timing but it will throw the fuel system out of synchronization. Here is the vacuum diagram I have. If you need anything else,drop me a line. Thanks,Chuck
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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