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Re: 1989 Lebaron 2.5 Liter BROKEN

The 2.5L engines in the Dakota pickups of the era don't even have enough room in their oil pans for the balance shafts. It will not harm them as long as you plug the oil feed hole to where they used to be. Hundreds of people have been doing it for decades. One "trick" is to just use a 2.2L oil pan with a balanceshaftless 2.5L engine. I think its a better oil pan design since it has an actual sump. The only noise you'll really notice is at higher RPM. Your car won't shake violently or anything like that without them.

... and you're english is pretty broken. Your only choice is to re-construct the vacuum harness using the emissions label as a reference. I think that is what you were asking.
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