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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-24-2004, 03:20 PM Thread Starter
 
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Help - 67 289 Vacuum hose & heater hose routing

I need help with correct routing of vacuum hoses and heater hoses on a 289 rebuild in a 67 coupe. Car had no hoses at all when I pulled the motor.

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It shouldn't have to many of either...What exactly are you needing to know????
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Help - 67 289 Vacuum hose & heater hose routing

Vacuum - Does distributor goes to carb? Tranny modulator to back of intake manifold? What goes to vacuum canister on firewall?

Heater - which heater core hose goes to which on water pump or does it matter?
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Vacuum - Does distributor goes to carb? Tranny modulator to back of intake manifold? What goes to vacuum canister on firewall?

Heater - which heater core hose goes to which on water pump or does it matter?

Ok, Distributer goes to port on side of carb (above baseplate)

Modulator goes on carb or maniford (on port on baseplate)

To my knowledge, lower heater hose goes to WP top goes to intake.

Canister on firewall??? have no idea unless you mean power brake booster, if so, it goes to the intake or back of carb..


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Help - 67 289 Vacuum hose & heater hose routing

I'm not sure I thought maybe the canister was a vacuum reservoir, it is mounted to the firewall and looks like a food can with a vacuum line coming out of it.

Sorry, but I'm not sure I understand the heater hoses. I have an inlet and outlet on the water pump, one inlet on the intake manifold and an inlet/outlet on the heater core coming out of the firewall.

Thanks for your patience.
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I'm not sure I thought maybe the canister was a vacuum reservoir, it is mounted to the firewall and looks like a food can with a vacuum line coming out of it.

Sorry, but I'm not sure I understand the heater hoses. I have an inlet and outlet on the water pump, one inlet on the intake manifold and an inlet/outlet on the heater core coming out of the firewall.

Thanks for your patience.
If the car has tilt steering there is a vacuum reservoir ( tin can) it should have two hoses one to the motor at the back and one to the column. In my Shop manual it shows a dedicated fitting on the motor for it and warns not to tap from it for other uses. HTH LMK if you need more info. Stu
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post #7 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-24-2004, 04:44 PM
 
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Help - 67 289 Vacuum hose & heater hose routing

ok, on the heater hoses......The top outlet on the water pump simply goes straight up to the water neck on the intake...The lower outlet on the water pump goes to the bottom connection on the firewall (heater core). The top connection from the firewall (heater core) goes to the top of the intake near the water neck.


Here is an ugly pic but it shows the heater hoses...This pic shows the tp on firewall going to lower on WP, but I don't think it matters.

http://65.171.234.52/bart/67mtrbefore.jpg

[ This Message was edited by: NTMan on 8/25/04 4:46am ]
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Help - 67 289 Vacuum hose & heater hose routing

Thanks for the picture. I'll give it a shot
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