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Old 06-05-2009, 09:49 AM   #1
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While changing the LIM Gasket on my vehicle, the vacuum T on the LIM was shattered. I have looked at local auto stores and they do not carry them anywhere. I was hoping to find the exact one before I decide to modify that area. Does anyone know where I could get that part, and if there is a part number, what it is.
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If it'* the big T below the SC snout, then it'* a dealer only part. I just had to replace mine after a valve cover gasket job. It comes as a whole assembly. It'* a series of hard vacuum lines and a few T'*.
The GM part number is as follows: 24508742
List price is a touch over $26.
It is worth the price. I found that the other T'* were showing signs of deterioration once I had pulled them off.
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Thanks for the info, I did stop by the GM dealer and found that part, difficult to spend $26 on that whole thing when I only need the T, but I might have to. Maybe hit the local junk yard and see if I can pull the T, or re design with parts from the local auto parts store, we will see, thanks again!
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check out www.moradpartscompany.com, give them a call and see if they have what you need
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The problem with going used with something like this is you're likely to get something that'* only marginally better than what you already have. These T'* seem to dry rot due to the under hood temps and get extremely brittle over time. I tried the "cobble something together" plan, and I went to the dealership and bought the factory part anyways. I don't think you'll be happy with the Autozone special. Spend the $$ for the insurance.
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Thanks everyone, I ended up going the dealer route (as difficult as that is) with the part mentioned, all is back to normal, at least with that part of the car...
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