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Old 02-26-2014, 03:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Phrog View Post
Where's the vent intake for the distributor? If it's similar to my old FJ60 - in the passenger compartment - it seems unlikely that it would see any snow. If however it's in the engine compartment, it still might be possible. If that's the case, a simple rerouting to somewhere higher and less exposed might be the fix.

-Phrog
I have it running into the cab under the glovebox. So yeah, pretty unlikely snow would get inside the cab and then through the filter I have on the end of it.

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Originally Posted by akingf5371 View Post
There is also the OEM dizzy cover that you should have on there.
I actually looked this morning on SOR to see if there was an OEM solution. For 77 there isn't but for '78 and on there is. So since I have a '79 dizzy I might give it a try.
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