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Pinto California Emissions Questions
« on: February 29, 2024, 10:07:56 PM »
I'm in Napa, CA and I have a 1978 Runabout. 2.3, 4 speed California car. It has the 6500 Feedback carburetor. A few months ago I had an engine compartment fire. No major damage but there are a number of very small vacuum lines that were melted. I need a source for these small vacuum lines, and I need to figure out where they all connect. Some are color coded but still the connections are a mystery. I would love to find someone locally who is familiar with these systems and could take care of the repairs correctly. It does run and is driveable so I could deliver it to a local shop. Any help is appreciated. This has been my baby for 14 years and I would love to get it back to where it should be. Thanks in advance......R ick