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Need 2.7 engine pics

Does anyone have pics of their 2.7 engine. especially from the rear. Can't remember where all of the wires and hoses go. I read Wayne’s book 101 projects too late.
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Old 02-19-2006, 05:05 PM
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I got a 1975 2.7 at home in the garage. But i wont be home until Thursday, If you have not recieved any by then I'll take some and send them on to you by email.

Did you rebuild the engine? As I am about to under take rebuilding mine very soon.

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I should have but only did the most common oil leaks. I forgot to mention that I have a CIS system. Thanks for the reply look forward to seeing the pics.

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I have a 77 w/CIS in the garage... I'd be happy to snap some pics... what specifically are you looking to clarify?

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I have some electrical connections I can't remember where they go. I know the blue connector goes to the cold start. Black connector goes to the back of the air box. One gray connector goes to warm up, and they can't find were the other gray connector goes. If you could take some photos of the wiring connections and the breather lines. That would be a tremendous help.

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i dont know how much this is going to help but heres the pics of my 2.7. It doesnt look the same now as ive cleaned it up quite a bit but this is all i have...i hope this helps.
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Here's my 2.7 patient currently going under the knife



2.7 harness under FI as they lay in place...



and some from a Euro 3.0 also going under the knife...


Hope it helps... Lou
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Cool

Thanks Lou, Attached is one of your photo's that may clear up my mystery. I hope someone tagged the wires.

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I think the one with the "?" goes to the air valve that controls fast idle. It is located on top of cyl #5. Otherwise they look good. Lou
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Thanks Lou, Just one more question. Is the connector to cly#5 Black?

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yes.... Just found another pix... Lou
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Thanks so much for your help.

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My Pleaseure!! Lou
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