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Author Topic: 1975 Vacuum Diagram-who has one?  (Read 629 times)

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1975 Vacuum Diagram-who has one?
« on: April 28, 2016, 08:54:44 PM »
I am trying to put the stock air cleaner and vacuum/emission system to original on my 1975 Bobcat wagon. It was mostly gutted with a custom air cleaner, and all vacuum lines yanked and plugged. AAARRGH! I picked up a stock air cleaner and am still trying to track down what exactly belongs in there for this year. My 74 wagon had less, my 78 trunk model had a LOT more... If anyone can supply me with an accurate 1975 diagram I would appreciate it. I am attaching what I have, which is not much. Also... how does the dash pad come off? Thanks!