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      06-16-2007, 11:16 AM   #1
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Vacuum Line replacement

I installed procede and one of the vacuum lines that you join with the coupler from the procede came off of the coupler. When i looked at why, the end of the vacuum line split and couldn't make a seal with the coupler and i had to cut off about 1 cm of the line, which i think makes it a bit too short to connect back to stock now.

I was wondering where i can buy a vacuum line replacement? Does anyone know the exact wall thickness, size, etc?

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http://www.mcmaster.com/ is your friend. Black opaque high temp silicone hose. To determine what diameter hose you want, bust out a measuring device...

If you want to get something more immediately, try Autozone.
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I installed procede and one of the vacuum lines that you join with the coupler from the procede came off of the coupler. When i looked at why, the end of the vacuum line split and couldn't make a seal with the coupler and i had to cut off about 1 cm of the line, which i think makes it a bit too short to connect back to stock now.

I was wondering where i can buy a vacuum line replacement? Does anyone know the exact wall thickness, size, etc?

thanks


1cm shouldn't be a problem...wait, which one did you cut? the one that is a T? or the one that is free by itself, if it's the latter...that one has plenty of length to go back into the solenoid.
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