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Old 03-09-2010, 08:06 PM
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i went to the carburetor place today and found out i have a divorced choke carburetor and my intake manifolds are vaccumm so the guy says if i take it off and bring it in he'll change it to a vaccumm carb for 90$ so is it hard to take off my carburetor and put it back on without messing stuff up ?
 
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Shouldnt' be too difficult for you to remove. Disconnect the kick down and throttle cables. Disconnect the fuel line and any vacuum lines. Then pull the 4 bolts holding it on (may be studs with nuts in the back).
 
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