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Old 03-30-2006, 12:03 AM   #1
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Anyone know where i can get a new one of these? Its the large one on the front of the TB, that runs the FPR and also runs a line down to what looks like either the evap or the modulator (it was dark). The one now has a HUGE split in it, resulting in very rough running and horrible banging shifts. Is it a dealer only part, or does anyone have one laying around?
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You could just use regular bulk vacuum hose in the correct size, using standard vacuum tees where appropriate. It may not look the same, but it will work.
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Alec...toss up a pcture of it and we'll see what we can do for you.
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i got some forsale... the guy on clubgp never paid

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Alright i'll get a picture for you guys. Thanks for the help.
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Anyone know where i can get a new one of these? Its the large one on the front of the TB, that runs the FPR and also runs a line down to what looks like either the evap or the modulator (it was dark). The one now has a HUGE split in it, resulting in very rough running and horrible banging shifts. Is it a dealer only part, or does anyone have one laying around?
If it'* the "tee" looking thing with 2 different sized tubes (and I think it is), you CAN buy them at GMPD, but you have to get a pack of 5. Mine was all of $2.80 at the dealer. They even shipped it to me.

Edit: Here'* the P/N: 24502852
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Thanks guys, i ran to the dealer and they showed me the diagram onscreen and i got it. $2.75 total. Even brought the puppy with me.
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yeah..but can we get that picture. I'm interested in which one it was.
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yeah..but can we get that picture. I'm interested in which one it was.
Yeah we got a big bet going on as to which one it really was....
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