1970 Plymouth Air Grabber Info questions

1968 -1970 Mopars

  1. moparmarks

    moparmarks I'm just a guy with a screwdriver. FBBO Gold Member

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    Looking for pictures of hose routing including firewall, vacuum reservoir and location, and switch mounting for a 1970 Plymouth GTX. Getting all kinds of incorrect pics on Google.
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    I can get u a pic of mine in my 70 gtx
     
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      Thanks
       
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      here is some diagrams I used for a 1970 GTX I sold this years

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        AG pics

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          You will want to identify what plant your car is from....there are differences in hose routings & firewall holes between plants.
           
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          • moparmarks

            moparmarks I'm just a guy with a screwdriver. FBBO Gold Member

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            It is a St Louis car that has an N-96 hood added but has nothing else. It is a GTX but was cut decades ago and has been a drag car ever since so not real concerned about being totally correct but would like it to be close. I don't know where to go through the fire wall, where the reservoir is mounted and what not.

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              There are dimples in your firewall for the vacuum can mounting as well as the hose routing. You can see from photos above the can mounting location. if you have the can you should be able to match it up to the 2 holes required. I believe the phot above is correct for hose routing through firewall for SL plant. I will look tomorrow through my archived photos to see what I have.
               
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              • moparmarks

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                Thanks, this helps a lot. How about the switch? How and where does it mount?
                 
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