My engine compartment is a mess. The PO installed a Weber carb and left everything just hanging there. I have plugged everything I can find but it is a rats nest of unused/used vacuum lines and valve hickie-things (my technical term for crap that I don’t believe I need).
I have seen some posts on bare bones vacuum hook ups on other places on the net but I am not sure how accurate they are? Does anyone have any diagrams on how to re-tube the engine compartment so that I can get rid of the non-used junk in there? I eliminated the exhaust pipes from the cat and the down pipe this past weekend with a cat replacement but there is still miles of junk under there. Emissions are an issue in my state so I just need to know the “needed to run” items.
I just have the Weber oval air cleaner with no vacuum attachment points on it. I just posted regarding a fuel smell in the garage when the Jeep is in there; could an open vent line somewhere be the issue?
It's there in another forum "Jeepforum.com" under the YJ section. It's bare bone but it works...I just did the Weber changeout. Just about everthing can go except the canister connections and the vacuum advance.