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Old 11-01-2005, 01:16 AM   #1
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This is a picture of my 96 Regal motor 3800 II
I am trying to find the part #’* for the vacuum line that runs from the TB to the EVAP Canister Purge Valve and the line from EVAP Canister Purge Valve over the plenum to the EVAP Vacuum Switch.

So if any one has the same EVAP vacuum lines as in the picture please let me know.






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Is that a plastic or metal line?
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Those are ” O.D. hard plastic lines.

I have been trying to find the part numbers for these two lines for over a year. Been to three dealerships now and they could care less if they sell any parts that cost less than $100.
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Ron, the vacuum lines on my '97 SE run to different locations than yours do. Are you sure everything is hooked up correctly?
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I am beginning to think only Regals used these same vacuum lines.

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ron350,
you might try gmpartsdirect. You won't likely find the lines on their site, but try contacting customer service. Dave was very helpful to me when looking for an EVAP connector.

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