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    transision vacuum line

    Is there a specific place to connect the vacuum line from the transmission on the engine block .
    Offline 08-22-2010 01:39 PM
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      RE: transision vacuum line

      Heres my 73 v lines I have 2. 1 is 1/4 and 1-3/16. They go to the 2 middle ports on the cowl. The white stripe is the 3/16. I,m not sure on a 72.


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        RE: transision vacuum line

        How is the vacuum hooked to the plastic manifold> Can you snap a pic from back a little further?

        Thanks!
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          RE: transision vacuum line

          for a 71-72 there isn't anything special, just connects to full manifold vacuum off the rear vacuum tree. any full vacuum port will work.

          depending on your transmission FMX/C4/C6 there are different clips for the hard line that goes to the modulator but at either end you connect a rubber hose.

          73s got a vacuum manifold mounted to the firewall since they added more emissions like the EGR it just looked neater.
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            RE: transision vacuum line

            Here's a little better pic. After rebuild. MB

            http://s841.photobucket.com/albums/zz340/machman_73/


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              RE: transision vacuum line

              Thank you those help a bunch.
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                RE: transision vacuum line

                thanks for the pics. I don't have that on my car but I had to send it back to the speed shop had a few electrical gremlins and I was close to the gasoline and match solution hahaha {just kidding I would torch the sunfire to get my frustrations out instead} Apparently I had the back up lights in the shifter powering the solenoid when I rewired for the mega shifter hahaha.Car should be ready tommorow{oh ya they also plugged the vacume line in a better position mine was running to close to the headers.
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