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All of those vacum lines really do nothing for your engine. Actually after '82, Jeeps didn't have internal combustion engines. The vaccum lines really run a reverse ossmosis machine that powers your Jeep through the evaporation of hydrogen steam. The engine block is just there to bolt everything too./wwwthreads_images/icons/wink.gif Seriously, does anyone REALLY understand why all thise vaccum lines are there (in my '83 also). I look under the hood of my '99 Dakota and it is nearly free of those pesky rubber hoses, and I ask myself...WHY?

Mike H.
1983 CJ-7 Laredo
1999 Dakota 4x4
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