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I just acquired a motorcraft 2150. I have been told that when hooking up the vacuum lines, you really only need a couple... that you can do away with most of them. What is the most efficient way of hooking them up. If I don't need it, I don't want it. Diagrams would be great, the simpler, the better. Also, may be that eliminating some of the lines may have to do with the nutter bypass. If I feel less like crap tomorrow, that will be done.
 

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On my old jeep I did that swap. It was a headache because there are so many vaccume/port lines. I got it on and running (crummy) and took it to a mechanic to have it dialed in right. sorry this is probably not much help, but you may need to find a good carberator guy.
 

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Text Diagram Line Parallel Plan I just did the nutter and the MC2150 swap. I was able to remove a whole box full of crap. Right now I only have a line hooked up from the PCV to the large vac on the back, a line from the distributor to the vac on the lower side by the choke, a line to the charcoal cannister from the bowl vent and a line to from the CTO to the little vac in the front. It runs great.
 

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Just got my carb back on and noticed... I don't seem to have a charcoal canister. If its been deleted, where does the.line from the carb go?
 

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If your talking about the one that is on top of the bowl, its just a vent. I didnt have mine hooked up for the first week or so because I didnt have the right size line for it and it worked just fine. I am by no means a mechanic but I have not had any problems with mine and I hooked it up like the picture has it.
 
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