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    +1 CF

    I did not miss any of that stuff when I took it off the 88 I had.

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    it managed to be even uglier on the CFI cars. For whatever reason you got the bypass and diverter valves on the fender as well as the control solenoids. by the SEFI era it was just the control solenoids and the other stuff sort of hung in space by the hoses.

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    Yup... that's the CF I was thinking of.

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    Looks a bit different than the mess I had on my '85 CFI, TAD/TAB solenoids look a bit different, MAP sensor too.
    What are those relays next to the blower motor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arquemann View Post
    Looks a bit different than the mess I had on my '85 CFI, TAD/TAB solenoids look a bit different, MAP sensor too.
    What are those relays next to the blower motor?
    '84 and '85 CFI is EEC IV, pickup coil in distributor with TFI module so I imagine other things changed as well. '80-'83 CFI was EEC III which has a crank position sensor and a duraspark module on the drivers fender. The distributor on EEC III is literally just hollow other than the rotor.

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    Does anyone know of an aftermarket manufacturer that makes an air filter housing with a 5-3/8" bore to fit the CFI throttle body? Everything I can find is 5-1/8".

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    You'll probably have to buy a normal 5 1/8" air cleaner bottom and cut the hole a little larger.
    Your only choices really are a factory CFI cleaner or to make an aftermarket cleaner fit.
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