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Old 07-24-2005, 07:51 PM   #1
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If this an easy fix or an expensive repair and the shop?

#1 This hose is right above teh thermostat housing. I accidently tore it because i didnt know it can come off. I tore it with the socket wrench








The next one is below the airbix and directly under the upper radiator hose.

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Any of the lines i have broke in the past got fixed with electrical tape, now others might recommend going to a dealer and buying OE replacements, tape worked fine for me.
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Any of the lines i have broke in the past got fixed with electrical tape, now others might recommend going to a dealer and buying OE replacements, tape worked fine for me.
the lines at a dealer is no more then 15 dollars for both
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Whoa Steve... I really can't see the first one, but the second one is the vacuum line going to the evap or charcoal canister..take your choice of names.

Today Randy and I were looking at my car..pulled the airbox. And I had the same stinkin thing. Went into the garage..got a piece of rubber vacuum tubing (about the right size to push onto the hard plastic tube) and fixed it right up. It'* only vacuum hoses. Get over to Napa...have Kenn help you with which size you need and you are off and Boosting again.
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