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Old 03-02-2019, 02:04 PM
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Could someone tell me where to connect the other end of the vacuum advance hose on a 1992 b2200 standard tranny
2. There is a coolant outlet right behind the thermostat in the same housing where do I connect that to. There is another one right near that one also I need to know where I run those to . I can't find this info anywhere. I would really appreciate the help .
 
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Old 03-03-2019, 09:04 AM
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There are three small coolant bypass hoses on a B2200 engine; I assume you refer to that.

As to vacuum line connection: there are a ton of vacuum ports on B2200 engines, and I'm not familiar with the automatics. Look for a port without a cap, or a tee fitting without a hose.

Can you post really good pictures of both issues above? I think that could help, or join MazdaTrucking.com and post your questions and photos there.
 
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