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Old 02-22-2007, 11:21 PM   #1
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not too sure if this belongs in this part of the forum but I'm going to ask if anyone knows the part number or what the part is call for the rubber vacuum "t" that comes off the thottle body to the FPR and back to the EVAP canister.. mine it getting cracked from taking it off and looks like its going to split. I have a spare I weasled off a junk yard car but I'd like to buy a new one and I know its a dealer part.
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Those are just scraps of vac hose off to the left FYI.
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Old 02-22-2007, 11:36 PM   #3
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i love you man.. LOL.. tring to gfind the part number online is impossible.. thanks again
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I had to have a dealer order it, but you may get lucky and have it in stock if you go to your local one. It'* only a couple bucks.
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HAD 2 IN STOCK.. I THINK I'LL BUY BOTH THANKS A BUNCH GUYS.. GREAT HELP THIS FORUM IS!!!
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Moved to General Chat for you!

When wondering where to post, I ask myself a series of questions:
"is it a problem or mechanical issue?"
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Then I ask, "is it electrical, audio, or cosmetic?"
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Then "is it Bonnie related?"
If Yes - it goes into General

Only problems go into the folders with the designate year models.
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sorry.. i'll try to remember next time
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Chompy, don't sweat it. You're doing fine. It'* all part of the newbie process and getting used to our nuances.
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Oh gosh yes! No apology necessary... I was trying to be helpful, not scolding. I usually use more smileys to make sure that feeling is relayed.
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