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      04-30-2014, 12:04 PM   #1
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Need help with a part id......

I just replaced the water pump in the car.....works great and the BavAuto DIY helped immensely! Only issue is that when they ask you to remove the power steering line bolts to move them out of the way (item 4 in the drawing below) I stripped the rubber thingy that separates the power steering lines from, I think, the chassis. The bolt (number 4) goes right through this rubber piece and there are two of them.

Can someone tell me what this part number is for the rubber thing? It's not in any drawings I can find.

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http://realoem.com/bmw/showparts.do?...43&hg=32&fg=20
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Hmm...yeah, that part might only come with a new hose and not be available separately or by itself. Why didn't you just unbolt the hanger itself instead of the rubber isolator? I tried doing the same thing, but as soon as I saw that rubber bushing bind, I backed off it and just took the bracket off.
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I sent an email to bavauto to see if they could figure it out (their video right?). The Navy in me wanted to follow the procedure exactly for fear of getting lost....

I learned that the bolt is at the very bottom of the rubber mount and I was twisting in the middle like an idiot. Oh well...lessons learned.

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This is a better view...it's the "rubber isolater" he talks about at the 3:10 in this video:

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