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02-24-2011 10:27 AM
mcguirjf Found that Autozone has an online repair manual. Cool.

That wire goes to the knock sensor that is screwed into the intake manifold just forward of the carburetor.

Now I just have to findout those two vacuum line issues.
02-23-2011 03:32 PM
Garyk Most likely Mass Air Temp
02-22-2011 08:07 PM
mcguirjf I believe I found where the broken blue wire with white strip goes. There is a sensor that is threaded into the intake manifold just forward of the carburetor mount location. Any idea what this sensor is? Intake air temperature?
02-22-2011 01:51 PM
Help with Wire and Vacuum Lines

1. I need help in finding where this blue with white strip wire goes. It runs in the wiring loom between the carb and cylinder head.

2. The next is a T fitting that is located on a vacuum line that runs between the cylinder head and fire wall.

3. The final is two vacuum lines located near the passenger side frame rail. I have a blue line that goes no where, and a brown or green line that has a rubber fitting on the end and I can't find where it goes.

I'm currently rebuilding the Carter BBD 8384 carburetor.

Any help is appreciated!
Thanks again

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