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Old 04-02-2006, 11:31 AM
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vacuum part question

ok, I broke a vacuum "valve" on my 84 300D yesterday, and now the car won't shut-off. No, it hasn't been running since yesterday, luckily I knew about the manual shut-off. My question is, I can not find what this part is called to order a new one. There is a line that comes out beside the master cylinder. It's a black hose, and feeds into a two-port valve after about 8 inches. It looks like it may be a check valve, anyway, the first port nipple broke, and of course the hose became disconnected. I will try to post two pictures of the part. My question is, what is this part called and where can I buy a new one?
I did search on Phantoms diagrams, but my results were inconclusive. Anyway, thanks for any help.
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Old 04-02-2006, 11:38 AM
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Unfortunetly you have to buy that entire hose to repair the broken nipple on the check valve. Here is a link to one on Fastlane.
Vacuum Booster Hose at Fastlane
You could also try a junkyard replacement.

What is the mesh hose on the wheel well? Are you running Veggie?
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Old 04-02-2006, 12:13 PM
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Thanks Andrew,
I saw that part in my search, but I never would have thought that was what I needed, I think I just skimmed over it. You've been a great help.

Yes, I am running svo, for about three months now. Anyway, thanks again
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Old 04-04-2006, 04:59 PM
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Instead of buying a new booster hose, I installed a piece of 1/8" copper tubing and bored out the broken nipple with a 9/16" bit. It seems to work like a champ so far. I'm not sure if I should glue the tube in, it's pretty snug.
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If you decide to use glue, make sure you don't plug anything up, or drill it out if you do.
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