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WhiteMagicMerc
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Hello everyone I'm going to do a wire tuck on my car and it is a carb 82 Capri 5.0 and there's a question I have to ask and it is my vacuum T that's bolted to the firewall I only have two things connected one is the brake booster and the other is something going to the heater box how to hook up the brake booster but what about the vacuum line that goes to the heater box what I'm trying to do is clean up the engine bay and take that plastic piece out completely. I'm not running AC, smog, cruise control, but I want to keep the heater.

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Might help.

http://www.foxbodymustangs.org/community/threads/wire-hiding-101.620/

Posts: 94 | From: Prunedale, Calif | Registered: Jun 2010  |  :
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I believe you are describing the vacuum tree distribution block. You can replace it with several T connectors if it makes hiding easier for you. Post before and after pictures when you're done tucking. We would like to see the improvement.
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