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Old 08-07-2012, 12:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I need to hook back up the vacuum lines, hoses, etc to the engine on
my 65 mustang with a 200 ci engine. I have looked at so many pictures on line, the manual, downloaded a shop manual, chilton book I own and none of them give a clear view of the lines, hoses that go to the carb, valve cover, distributor etc. Does anyone have any clear pictures of their engine that show the carb without the airfilter, just some good clear pictures of different parts of the engine would even help.. I cant believe I am struggling so much with this. sigh.
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Old 08-07-2012, 01:05 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Wow, that's a tough one. Can't seem to find a diagram or photo that would work well, so I'll shoot from the hip. You should have a small nipple at the rear passenger side of the carb for the vacuum line to the distributor vacuum advance. There should be a large nipple at the front passenger side of the carb for the PCV hose. There should be a brass "Tee" in the carburetor spacer below the carb with a large nipple for power brakes, if equipped and a small nipple for auto trans vacuum modulator, if equipped. I think that's it.
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Old 08-07-2012, 11:44 PM   #3 (permalink)
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where is the tranny vacuum modulator located on the carb?? and my final question I promise - the vacuum line to the carb came out of the tranny, it pulled out while I was reattaching the exhaust manifold and Im surprised it came out so easily, but where exactly does it go back in on the transmission housing??
I thank you very much for your help.. you have no idea how valuable your knowledge is for me.
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The vacuum modulator is located at the rear, passenger side of the main case. There should be a short rubber hose connected to a steel line that comes up into the engine compartment, then a short rubber hose from that steel line to the fitting in the spacer under the carburetor.
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