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Old 05-25-2006, 01:19 AM
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Vacumm diagram 2.8 ranger carb 2150?

I can not find a vacuum diagram showing the layout of thie lines and hopefully just the basic needed wires and sensors. Most importantly what vacuum line is the one for the chole pull-off. Thanks
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What year Ranger is it? There were some differences from year to year. Is the original vacuum diagram sticker gone from the vehicle?

Anyway, here's one for an '83, maybe it's of some help.

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The vehicle is an 84 with a swapped in 2.8. I believe that it is the same as stock. And yes the sticker is gone. Thanks
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