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Old 07-17-2011, 07:59 PM
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i need help with my 1984 Chevy caprice i put a rebuilt 305 in there and just need to do the wring and vacuum wiring

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The emission sticker under the hood should show the hose routing and connections, if not you can get it at alldata DIY or at a gm dealerif you ask them nicely.
The wiring should be plug and play as long as you didnt alter any of the CCC system that was factory installed. If you cut and chopped the wiring, just use the big pink or big red wire for the HEI with vacuum advance that you will be needing next to get the ignition to fire the engine.
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When I was working in Calif the San Jose public library had a very good automotive reference section. NO check outs, but you could make enlarged copies of what ever you needed, wiring, emission- hose routing.. etc.
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okay thanks guys now i going to put the carb on
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