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  1. 64 kiwi boni's post in 1962 Pontiac Bonneville was marked as the answer   
    yes your right JustA.....
    Jim, my be a good time to upgrade your old externally regulated alternator to a in built unit, way more robust and tidy's up the engine bay nicely 
  2. 64 kiwi boni's post in Help Me PLEASE! was marked as the answer   
    The other thing you could do is find another bird and note how the hoses lay, if your is the same as the video 
    I see 2 hoses are bigger so that halves the guess work 
    see if you can get all four hoses to lay naturally parallel to each other , this may give u a clue 
    also note if the connectors are the same 
    you may find all four are different (that maybe wishful thinking) 
    worst case , you have to trace each hose to we’re it goes 
    first clue , one of the bigger pipes off the pump will be the flow line to the fuel rail 
    one of the smaller pipes will be the return line from the pressure regulator and I expect at least one of the pipes is a vent line 
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