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Old 08-03-2012, 06:09 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by threetwentyfizzle View Post
Haha I did that not too long ago when I was dropping in my new motor. Just for reference, the rubber vacuum hose you buy from the dealer is relatively cheap and comes in a whole meter length. That meter section of rubber hose is the same size for pretty much every vacuum line in the engine bay so you can replace all the brittle rubber ends, just cut to fit. It is a PITA to fit the rubber hose onto the plastic vacuum lines I wasnt able to feed my rubber hoses as far onto the lines as the original ones were but I got them on good enough to work. I replaced the "F" connector line that runs to the fuel filter, I believe some lines that run to the ccv, I could be mistaken, and the rubber hose on the line that connects to the secondary air pump.
Use spit next time. Works really well and dries without any residue (providing you're not on a steady diet of Mobil 1)
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