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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-23-2005, 01:28 PM
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Vac lines after Nutter

I performed the Nutter on my 89 YJ and It worked pretty slick, now my question is what vac lines will I still need and where do they go on the stock 258 Carter. From what I understand, I wont need the Vac Solenoid any more but need to keep the Vac Canister hooked up. My Air Cleaner assembly is a piece of crap too....It runs better though.
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Re: Vac lines after Nutter

What you can remove in the way of emissions will be determined by the Arizona Emissions Laws... unless it's strictly off road.
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Re: Vac lines after Nutter

Now that the ECM isn't controlling the timing or idle mixture you will likely need to reset both. Also you will want to change from manifold vacuum to ported vacuum for your distributor (assuming it's like a CJ with DuraSpark).

Likely not very much you will want to remove and only need to reroute the distributor vacuum advance. Be sure there are no leaks, old lines do that.

That should put some go into it that you haven't had for awhile.

Can you post some pictures of what you have been up to? There are lots of YJ's out there the could use your help.

We won't even talk about the funny head lights (well maybe a bit). [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smirk.gif[/img]

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