Well I am trying to go from memory because it has be awhile since I did this and I am not in front of mine. There is a port facing the front of the jeep at the bottom of the carb plug that. There is the vacuum advance that goes to the distributor should be on the valve cover side that must be connected. Then I believe in the back of the carb there should be a hose that goes to the PCV must have that. I believe there might be one more that goes tot he air cleaner not important but plug in if there.
Beyond that I believe it is it, just plug all others but make sure that they have no leaks.
I can look later but not there now.
1984 CJ 7
1948 CJ 2A
1982 CJ 7
1981 CJ 7
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I'm leery of the "Ebay Guy" for several reasons:
1. He advertises his carbs as new, which I don't believe they are.
2. I've heard his customer service is lacking.
3. I'm quite sure his carbs aren't dyno-tested and I'm not sure about his warranty.
4. His instructions promote scrapping the factory air cleaner in lieu of the shiny, but less functional, open breather in his kit.
5. His explanation of ported versus manifold vacuum advance shows a clear misunderstanding of the subject.
Is there something I can do for the time being like the basic hook ups until I get the right carb?
I thought we went thru this the other day?
The carb you have is a NON-SMOG carb. From the pics you posted, it is lacking a ported vacuum port to run your EGR/CTO and your canister/CTO. If I recall correctly, it also doesn't have the large manifold port for the PCV in the rear of the carb.
If you want all of your original vacuum systems hooked up correctly, you will need a different carb.
FYI, if you want to hook your climate choke back up, you will need this carb. It's even a little cheaper, but you will have to purchase new choke connector tubes, since yours are either missing or snapped off.
Since your engine appears to have had the climate choke, you may need to wire power to the e-choke version that I linked to earlier.