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Cold Start valve - Where is it?

Well, I got a new cold start valve for my 75, and now beleive it or not, I cant seem to find where it goes. I thought once I saw the new one, I could find the one on the car.

Does anyone have a picture of a CSV on thier car? Or a description?

Newbie in Atlanta

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IIRC it was right underneath the throttle body on the other side of the engine towards the front of the car. You'd have to have pretty long arms to reach around the back to get to the two allen bolts holding it on. No pics at work but if noone posts one up I'll check when I get home.
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Blackbird is correct. You really need three elbows to change this without a partial engine drop. If you get a clean mirror and look behind the throttle body you can probably spot it. Good luck changing it...

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OIC. I was looking on the end of the input runners. I'll take a look there.

Thanks all!
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Took this guy out and cleaned it up last weekend, no big deal. Remove the heater blower, and remove the heater blower bracket. Then remove the intake boot and then the throttle body itself. You can then reach down and remove the plug, the 10mm fuel line connection and the two allens.

When you put the new one in, make sure the o-ring is not on the notch, but in fact flush with the metal flange on the CSV. Get a finger or two under the plastic block that it threads through so you can lift it a bit to get the screws ligned up.

It took me about an hour to do this guy.

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