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Unread 02-15-2002, 12:13 PM   #1
mike mcgovern
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Emissions By-pass

I own a 82 cj-5 and had an engine fire. I to am trying to by-pass all the emissions crap and am woundering what still needs to be conected vacuum wise. I am having problems with the jeep loading up and stalling up hill only and have tried numrous float settings on the freshly rebuilt carb.(rebuilt by novice) Would mixed up vacuum lines cause this? Also does anyone know what all the vacumm lines coming out of the carb controll. I have almost all of them plugged except the one going to the electric choke.

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Unread 02-15-2002, 12:23 PM   #2
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Originally posted by mike mcgovern:
I own a 82 cj-5 and had an engine fire. I to am trying to by-pass all the emissions crap and am woundering what still needs to be conected vacuum wise. I am having problems with the jeep loading up and stalling up hill only and have tried numrous float settings on the freshly rebuilt carb.(rebuilt by novice) Would mixed up vacuum lines cause this? Also does anyone know what all the vacumm lines coming out of the carb controll. I have almost all of them plugged except the one going to the electric choke.
I'm assuming this is on a 258 - I'm not real familiar with this engine but it would seem to me that a vacuum line should be going from the carb (ported) to the distributor for your timing advance - at least that's how my 304 is set up.
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Unread 02-15-2002, 01:56 PM   #3
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I had a similar problem. Vehicle ran great until it went up hill. I rebuilt the carb about 5 times. Took a friend for a ride the give me his opinion. He said "I think you got water in yer gas." Sure enough. Turns out when I went up hill the engine started slurping water off the bottom of the tank. Might want to add some fuel dryer just in case.
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Unread 02-15-2002, 02:09 PM   #4
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The tank sat empty for about 6 months inside however it did get washed heavily just before i put it in my shop, ill try that and see how it works. any other ideas
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Unread 02-21-2002, 10:07 PM   #5
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I have a california 304 CJ7. It had a **** load of emission controls on it. Everthing I think. I took off the EGR. Capped off the port on the manifold. Got rid of the ECS. Took off the canister. Routed the PCV in to the carb. Capped off all the other ports except the distributer advance. Got rid of air pump system. Got rid of TCS. Runs 10 times better. Stalls much less.
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