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Old 03-31-2015, 06:35 PM   #1
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Hose Identification

noticed today that this hose was broken, I was able to "MacGyver" it, but would like to replace it properly with the OEM part. anyone know what it is called?

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Old 04-01-2015, 01:51 AM   #2
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#27 in this diagram.

M96.21/22 Air Injection 00-02 M96.23/24 03-

They show no part # for it or even sell it. Hopefully you got it fixed.

I needed one and found it on eBay.
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Standard vacuum hose, if it's that to which you are referring. That's why there is no
part #.
MacGyvering is fine but it means the hose is probably getting brittle and should be replaced at some point to avoid a vacuum leak.
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Some of the vacuum hoses are very difficult to access and trace. You could easily do more damage /crate other problems removing things -be careful. I have used 3mm silicone vacuum hose as a repair sleeve over broken vacuum hoses as a temporary fix. Pick a silly bright color so you can see where the repair is and notice if it fails easily. YEMV.
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#27 in this diagram.
Wrong side of the car. That is the vacuum hose for the fuel pressure regulator. Any appropriately sized vacuum hose will do as a replacement.
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Wrong side of the car. That is the vacuum hose for the fuel pressure regulator. Any appropriately sized vacuum hose will do as a replacement.
I stand corrected. specboxCO is right.
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