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Old 06-05-2005, 08:09 PM   #1
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It'* off our '95 Bonnie SE. The long piece connects to the fuel pressure regulator. The 90 degree angle piece goes into the throttle body from the vacuum source.

The angle piece on ours is broken and we've tried to get the part, but nobody here in Arizona has a clue. Anybody know what this part'* name is? Appreciate your help! Here'* a pic:

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90* vacuum elbow??
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Well, is that what it'* called or are you bein' a wiseguy????
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I second that

Sounds logical enough. Haven't met a car part with an illogical name yet :P
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Well, is that what it'* called or are you bein' a wiseguy????
LOL. No, you'd know it if I was being a wise guy. You'll probably find something like this:



This is a Dorman/Motormite package #47431. They are usually in the HELP! section in auto parts stores. thes section has all kinds of miscellaneous parts like this. Or you can ack for a vacuum connector assortment.
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LOL, ok - thank you for your reply.
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Why does this post look familair?
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Have you tried taking it to a Pontiac dealer parts counter to assist with identifying? I am in Phoenix and would be glad to lend a hand with the bonnie if you need help.
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Echo SSEI:

Yes, we did take it to a dealer. Unfortunately, that part needs to be on the Bonnie or the car won't stay running. When they saw it, it was taped up on the angle piece and the guy couldn't identify it (which sounded rather strange to me, but oh well).

I guess I'll have to have my kid run it over to the dealer when we're not using the Bonnie so he could take the actual part with him.

PS: Thank you for your offer of assistance. It'* much appreciated. Do you own a shop? A good mechanic is hard to find.
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No, I don't own a shop (I wish I did). I have a Chiltons and a Haynes manual and some basic mechanical knowledge. I have found that when i have needed a part, I can go to a couple of dealers and as long as I know where the part is on the engine, they let me look at the parts diagrams and we have always found the right part. I'll look at the chilton'* to see if I can figure it out. Again, if I can help, I am willing to.
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