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Old 05-22-2009, 01:20 PM   #31
Jerry: BLACK 85 GT h/b
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Well, I tried to stay within the framework of the original thread: autmotive.
Seriously, I came across it while researching the vacuum diagram for my 85. There are 4 units with that acronym, two on each side of the engine.
BTW, the car is done!!! See my thread.
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A/R "Swirl" wheels
FRPP clutch/flywheel
subframe connectors
BBK catted H-Pipe
Flowmaster American Thunder exhaust
Edelbrock Performer Intake Manifold

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Old 06-13-2009, 07:29 PM   #32
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Just noticed this. It is a Vacuum Controlled Switch. Not a clue what they do.

New info: Those 4 vacuum controlled switches you referred to may be for your shift light & the carb altitude adjustment system. I have never seen them but they should have vac lines & an electrical plug connection going into them.
85 GT Hatch w/AOD: K&N(of course). True dual exhaust w/91 H-Pipe, Hooker Comp Cat-back & Hooker Aerochamber Mufflers. KYB Struts & Shocks, MM LCA's, Polyurethane Bushings in Struts, Rack & Sway bar, Kenny Brown SFC's, MM Strut Tower Brace & Prothane Motor Mounts. AOD Performance rebuild W/ 2200 stall, shift kit, upgraded Direct clutch, upgraded OD w/ 2" wide AODE band, drum & mechanical diode. Cobra/SVO tail light lens's.
Carbed 306 or Stroker rebuild in the planning stages.

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