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Sorry, I was addressing the captain with the no vacuum produced by exhaust manifold in that overall comment.
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Lets see if this works…..
Ok this isnt working but let me know if it did…
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I’m not sure what you’re trying to show in those photos. If they were in focus it might help. I do see a copper line in the second photo. That’s not factory. Olds NEVER used copper lines, only steel.
That is the tube in question. it is not the choke tube. that is the tube that goes into the pass. side exhaust manifold. the pink ribbon was used to highlight it.
And where does the other end go? Again, NOT factory, so you’ll have to ask whoever installed it why it is there.
Again it runs fro the back of the FACTORY ex. man…..
The picture is too close in to get a full idea of what’s going on. Pull back and get a good focus please.
Maybe get a pic of how it is connected to the exhaust manifold too.
Can’t really tell but is the copper tube just hanging in the air up there and not connected?
Kind of hard up underneath, but yes that tube jst sits there now.And yes it does have vacuum.
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