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On the side of my big block's aircleaner is about a two inch porthole and a tower encasing a small vacuum motor that opens and closes a supplementary air valve. The vacuum motor's been dead for years and my attempts at replacing it have been in vain thus far, however my interest has been resurrected thanks to the inestimable resources of this forum.
Any help would be truly appreciated!
 
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It's on the West side of the air cleaner itself with a vacuum line running to the brake booster.
 

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OK... that one ;) Not one on the snorkle. Like the one on my Boss just had to get the north and south ends of the car right LOL

Vacuum line should run to the vacuum tree at the rear of the intake for the "signal" to open and close

You run across them in NOS version from time to time but since I presently don't need on I have not cheked the going prices for a while. NOS ones appear to have a different finih compared to the originals.

Come to think of it I wonder if you could use a 72-73 if you changed and soldered on the right door...hmmmm

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