1982 cutlass supreme vacuum hose

Asked by Aug 10, 2011 at 10:49 AM about the 1982 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

Question type: Car Customization

I dropped a new engine in my 82 cutlass and I need
help with the vacuum hoses the engine is a 5.0 307 and
it came out of 85 Buick lesabre

2 Answers

145

you need to get the vacuum routing out of the repair manual for the buick and put that the same on the cutlus but you will have to make sure you hook up vaccum to the fire wall for the heater and then also i think you have hei distributor so if that is so you do not have to worry about the computor you just need power to the coil hope that helps a little

145

probably a turbo 350 or 400 i dont remember how to tell other then the shape of the pan i know my turbo 400 has electric kick down and all the 350s ive seen have mechanical kick down that may be the difference unless you have a 2 speed witch would be a sluch box that came in the 70 chevell and many other gms around that time

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