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removing the cruise control system by bryantbackus
Started on: 08-10-2013 01:20 PM
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Last post by: bryantbackus on 08-10-2013 01:41 PM
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I am rebuilding an 87 gt and the car i have has no engine or transmission however, the cruise control components were left with exception of the steering column with the cruise control option. I would never use cruise control and the steering column I installed does not have the lever for cruise control. How would i go about removing the system and what could I remove? I see the vacuum canister and servo, but there are fuel lines and an accelerator cable coming from it. What could I remove and would I have to plug anything up to keep the engine functional? I am going to be putting in a rebuilt 3.4l from a camaro or firebird.
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Think those are vacuum lines. Pull it all out, plug the lines and cut off the connector. Larry
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okay, and what about the module behind the carpet near the driver's right foot? Should I leave it or can it be taken out?
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