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10-13-2007 01:09 PM
daddyjeep If you are getting the posilock then I think you will only need the one to the distributer for the vaccuum advance. There are a couple of lines the go to the charcoal canister under the brake booster. You may need those too.
10-10-2007 10:12 PM
sota_yj
What Vacuum Lines are needed

So I have a 89 yj with 4.2 and automatic tranny. Put a weber 32/36 carb on it. Will be doing a nutter bypass. Also going to be putting a posi lock on the front axle. Wondering what lines I can eliminate to simplify the engine compartment. I found the diagram laying out all the lines and sensors but was looking for a little help to rid of any possible issues and not needed vacuum lines.

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