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Old 12-07-2010, 09:31 PM   #11
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Good to hear and thanks for letting us know it'* fixed.
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hi i have the same problem with my pontiac and i wonder if someone can tell me what kind of car have the engine in the picture because i need the ruber tee for the vaccum line next of the tps sensor and i cannot find it so if someone can help me that be great thanks
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It in the thread title. 1998 Bonneville SSE. If your rubber T is cracked then get yourself some various size T'* and some vac line from Autozone and remake your own. Depending on what year your Bonne is you may want to check the one leading to the trans as well. In fact, check all of them.
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hi i have the same problem with my pontiac and i wonder if someone can tell me what kind of car have the engine in the picture because i need the ruber tee for the vaccum line next of the tps sensor and i cannot find it so if someone can help me that be great thanks
The engine in my photos is a 3800 Series 11 in an Olds Ninety Eight. It had over 300,000 km on it when I sold it 2 years back.

The rubbre T fitting is still available from GM and doesn't cost much.
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hi i have the same problem with my pontiac and i wonder if someone can tell me what kind of car have the engine in the picture because i need the ruber tee for the vaccum line next of the tps sensor and i cannot find it so if someone can help me that be great thanks

I just replaced the rubber T and the elbow on the Park Avenue recently.

The T is GM part# 24502852 The elbow is GM part# 24503110
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