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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-14-2004, 09:23 PM Thread Starter
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Weber on 87 YJ 4.2

Does anyone know of a site to get installation instructions to set a Weber 32/36 in place of this Carter? I bought it used and want to get it right the first time. Tried webernorthamerica.com and their pdf link is apparently broken.
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Re: Weber on 87 YJ 4.2

I used THIS WEBSITE to help me with my installation.
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Re: Weber on 87 YJ 4.2

Looks good. He doesn't say anything about the wiring on the back of the Carter. Is it just unhooked? Or is there some jumpering that needs to happen.
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Re: Weber on 87 YJ 4.2

If your talking about the wires for the stepper motor on the carter carb and all of the other sensors... well I just tied them to firewall to get them up out of the way.

That happens to be my webpage that beee240 is refering to. I glad to hear that people still find it helpful. I switched to the Mopar MPI about a year ago and love it.

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Re: Weber on 87 YJ 4.2

That's the wires I was talking about. I just wanted to make sure they hadn't pulled a funny one and used one of the connections to send signals to the ignition module that would disable it. Keep the page up there. I've got it bookmarked.
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