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Old 06-10-2011, 08:13 PM   #1
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help please!!!!!

I need help with this issue I'm having. I floored it and a hose popped off and now I have no more violent in the tank.....I need to know what hose or part that is??? Thanks in advance
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Old 06-10-2011, 08:32 PM   #2
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Re: help please!!!!!

Looks like maybe an a/c or heater hose to me...But I am a noob at the engine bay...We'll see just how far off I am when others reply lol
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Old 06-10-2011, 08:35 PM   #3
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That's what the Guy at Napa told me but the plastic piece broke off inside of the hose...can u guess as to what all I have to replace
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It looks like the 2 to 1 vacuum line. I am not sure but they have been known to dry rot bad. I would get a new one. Then the lines should just push in
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I don't know alot of stuff so sorry if I'm asking a stupid question....but even though the plastic part that the tip of the hose connects to is broke inside the hose all I have to replace is that specific hose????
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It looks like the 2 to 1 vacuum line. I am not sure but they have been known to dry rot bad. I would get a new one. Then the lines should just push in

I think he's talking about the larger hose behind that that is lingering above the broken plastic connector.

You say "now I have no more violent in the tank"....

What does that mean?

It looks like a cooling hose going to the heater core. Is the piece that broke connected to the block, intake, or cylinder head?

It actually looks like there is still some left. Yoy may be able to get by with just pulling the broken piece out of the hose, putting the hose back over what is there, and using a worm gear style hose clamp (not the one that's on there now) to clamp it down tight......It's worth a shot, especially if you can't find the part you need to replace right now.

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While I was at autozone an older gentlemen with a Laguna seca car told me that the piece that broke off was connected to the plastic manifold and to get a worm clamp and clamp it like that and I should be fine. So I did what he said and it ran fine but my question is am I going to need to buy a new manifold???
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While I was at autozone an older gentlemen with a Laguna seca car told me that the piece that broke off was connected to the plastic manifold and to get a worm clamp and clamp it like that and I should be fine. So I did what he said and it ran fine but my question is am I going to need to buy a new manifold???
If it starts leaking, then yes......if not, then no....

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Thank u very much for ur help I really appreciate it
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i would save up and get one. might not last too long.
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As we speak I am on American muscle right now checking them out. Which one should I look into getting???
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Dude you need a intake manifold the problem is super common... I am an ase tech
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Old 06-12-2011, 01:00 AM   #13
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That looks like the heater core house I had same problem
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