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Intake tube question with pics

Discussion in 'Stock 1991 - 1994 Explorers' started by Masterd, July 25, 2011.

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    1. Masterd

      Masterd Active Member

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      So Ive been having a weird problem lately where under certain situations, my throttle sticks open and the only way to unstick it while driving is to pump the pedal 3-4 times. Well upon further inspection, I found that these two rubber pieces have deteriorated on the throttle body side of the intake tube, and one was actually interfering with the throttle plate. So I pulled them out and tightened down the clamp, and it seems to be fine without the "gasket" but I was wondering if there was a way to replace just the two rubber pieces??? Or do I just bite the bullet and do the intake tube as one piece?

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    3. Jason94sport

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      It's fine. As long as it's tight around the TB opening. Mine did the same thing on 2 94's. And my current 93 is starting to rip apart. Your only going to find them used & will likely be in the same shape or get ripped apart again.
       
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      Every time I hit the junk yard I pick up any of those in good shape I find.
       

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