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Pictures of Vacuum lines

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by baldboy, Aug 29, 2006.

  1. baldboy

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    Anybody have any pictures of ALL of the vacuum lines for a 2F motor (especially the carburetor/distributor etc.)?

    Thanks.
     
  2. fj40z

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    Yeah that would be awesome, the po took off or capped almost every vaccum line off my 40 also.
     
  3. baldboy

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    Problem is its not the PO that screwed up the vacuum lines, it was me!:doh:I KNEW I should have taken more pictures of the engine compartment before.
     
  4. Fast Eddy

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    aatlas1x has detailed pics of a restored '78 on his site. I have a link at home. Do you have the emissions manual?

    Edit: while you're collecting pictures... Where does the fuel return line go? I see it coming up from the tank by the passenger's-side firewall where it's (poorly) blocked off. What is supposed to be between there and the carb? I'm replacing a bad holley with a stock carb when I get a round tuit.
     
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  5. baldboy

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    No emissions manual, only Haynes. :doh:

    I will check out AAtlas' site.

    Thanks Fast Eddy
     
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  7. baldboy

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    Thanks Pin Head....

    I appreciate the input.:cheers:


    I should have specified. I am looking for my 78 FJ40.

    Thanks.
     
  8. Robert LaDuke

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    Here's the best pic of my stock '78 engine that I can find. You can see most of the vac. lines but unfortunately not where they attach to the computer. I'll see if I can get a better pic in the morning.
    engine.jpg
     
  9. SurfPonto

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    That must be a CA model because my 77 Federal model doesn't have any of the hoses coming out of the carb?
    That looks closer to my 82 FJ60

    B
     
  10. Robert LaDuke

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    Good call..... I forgot that the federal was different.


    The diagram for the vac. lines (federal and CA) are in the Factory Emissions Manual. It's a good book to have. I think i got mine from SOR.
     
  11. projektdotnet

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    bet they ripped ya hard too...I forget the number to the toyota material distrobution center (direct contact to the main wearhouse for the manuals) CDan knows this number...anyone else cause I cant remember it.
     
  12. Robert LaDuke

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    Yes, SOR's shipping is expensive . Not too bad though if you order a few items and it seems there are always a few items that I need to order.
     
  13. PabloCruise

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    Get the emissions manual.

    Get it from CDan.

    I got the one for 1978. There is a section for Federal, Cali, and High Altitude. Then w/in each section the different circuits are outlined. I copied the different circuits and keep them in the garage so I can get the copies dirty.

    Never failed an e-test...
     
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