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03-18-2012 10:22 PM
jslayton2
90 Wrangler 4.2 vacuum line troubles

Can anyone send me some actual pics of a working vacuum line setup for the 4.2. Just put a new motor in a Jeep for my friend, I rebuilt the carb, but there wasn't any vacuum lines on it, and I need to put them back in. The carb needs adjusted and without the proper vacuum lines I fear I will be just spinning my wheels. I've looked at the diagrams, but they are hard to read if there is no starting point. Got a pile of lines, but need the pictures for referrence. I may eventually do the nutter bypass, but if I can get it to run right with everything stock, then I have a good place to start. I would like pictures of everything under the hood if you can. Thanks

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