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Vacuum canister

Johnnyj

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When I bought my 72 Lemans it was pretty much taken apart. I've put a lot of the puzzle back together but not sure of where some things go.
There was a 3 or 4 inch plastic ball with air fitting that must be a vacuum accumulator. I have looked in the Service manual and the Assembly manual,
But cannot see where this gets mounted. I don't see any place under the hood for it, but it would make sense that it belongs there.
Does anyone know where it gets mounted?? A pix would really help. Tks for the help.
 

melsg5

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I looked under the hood of my 71 and see nothing resembling a vacuum canister. I have not had a chance to look under the dashboard. I did find on some earlier models it was on the drivers side firewall under the fender.
 
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