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Finally getting engine dropped in
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    Completed engine bay redo. Now on its way to get the rebuilt engine back in.


Since I'm converting to 4v, I'm looking for vacuum diagrams and proper heater hose and AC hose routing.

Anyone got any diagrams or pictures of the original routing?
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Lucky dog!

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Just cruising along minding our own business when BAM!!! The LAWS show up.
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Then you coming over to help me with mine right? Wink hehe jk
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hyena429;124997 Wrote:Then you coming over to help me with mine right? Wink hehe jk

Too long of a drive, fir shure!
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What no pics of the engine bayHuh
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hyena429;124997 Wrote:Then you coming over to help me with mine right? Wink hehe jk

Then me next! Big Grin

- Travis



I'm an analog man in a digital world.
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mach71351c;125048 Wrote:What no pics of the engine bayHuh

+1 Sad
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