Vacuum hose routing

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Omigosh, thank you -- Haven't examined closely (project a bit on hold until after Xmas), but at first glance... you may have found it!

 

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I still would not take this as being 100% accurate or complete. Just more data to add to the mix. Some things still don't look quite right to me. The wire harness for the 351c-2V looks off, the air cleaners don't look right, the big knot of hoses at the rear of the 4V/MT, and probable more. Add this to Don's calibration drawings and then add the electrical diagrams and harness.........and just maybe?

 
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I ordered from CJP the "Distributor Vacuum Set" of hoses for the 351-C engine (four hoses).  Lo and behold, it came with a diagram.  Nope, it's not *all* the vacuum going on under the hood, but it is pretty close to my distributor configuration.  I'm gonna give it a try.

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