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Old 02-20-2006, 03:26 PM   #21
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I found a Customer Service Phone number for Dorman:

1-800-523-2492

I found it in the following link:


http://www.industrialnewsupdate.com/...n_distribu.php

I spoke with a lady that seemed quite familiar with these things. It seems like that EGR tube that was included in my Dorman kit is not use for my particular lower intake manifold... Also she did confirm that the kit should include the 5 O-rings.

I am going to try that J-B weld slow cure epoxy.

Attached is another link which give some more insight into the Dorman company.

http://www.aftermarketnews.com/top100.pdf

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That part really looks like something that shouldn't be there as the Dorman does not correct for the EGR tube...

Bob D, any thoughts?

Ok after reading the 2nd page... Thats interesting.... Did she say what years that replacement tube was for?

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That part really looks like something that shouldn't be there as the Dorman does not correct for the EGR tube...

Bob D, any thoughts?

Ok after reading the 2nd page... Thats interesting.... Did she say what years that replacement tube was for?
jrs3800, She did not say, and I didn't think to ask. So... I just called back and got a different lady who appeared to not be as informed.... I gave her my phone # and asked her to get back with the answer..... I'll keep my fingers crossed.

If I do get an answer, I'll post it. Otherwise I thought I'd stick that customer service number out here for Y'all.
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