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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-06-2002, 06:28 PM Thread Starter
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? change a carb. 350 to a TBI

I have a 350 motor out of an 86 Blazer to put in my 84 CJ7 and I found a 350 in the bone yard w/a TBI set up Im going there tommorow to pick up some other parts and I wanna know what all I should take to put the TBI setup on my motor. ; intake manifold? puter from under the seat? , I have an electric fuel pump already. Any in put will be appreciated , please keep in mind everything I take Ill have to pay for. and it's gonna be 18degrees out. Have a nice day Pig
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Re: ? change a carb. 350 to a TBI

you will need the intake, the tbi, the computer, the wiring harness,the sensors that work with the computer and probably a whole bunch more stuff i cant remember right now
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Re: ? change a carb. 350 to a TBI

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Re: ? change a carb. 350 to a TBI

Hey did that swap last year. You will need the following:
Computer, Wiring Harness (To make it easy just get it from Howell), Map sensor, Throttle body with throttle position sensor and Idle air control, make sure to grab the fuel lines that connect to the throttle body, knock sensor, knock sensor module if equipped, coolant temp sensor, ignition coil,and the distributor.
sounds like a lot but it is the most basic system out there very reliable and efficient.
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