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Vaccuum Line Plug......

Discussion in 'Under the Hood' started by dbdb, October 3, 2002.

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  1. dbdb

    dbdb New Member

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    I have a 93 FE Sport and was wondering....
    My engine started this horrible hissing sound, come to find out that a vaccuum line plug had popped off. Luckily I found the plug, but I also found it was flexible but had cracks and leaks. Now can I use a black silicon to seal the plug, can I get replacements, and/or do I seal the plug onto the vaccuum intake hole?????
    Any help would be greatly appriciated.
    thanks
    Dan
     
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  3. Maniak

    Maniak Moderator-Stock 91-94 Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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    Most Chain auto parts stores have them.. and so do speed shops.. I got a set with about 4 of each size (4 sizes) for about $5..

    BTW.. I also carry golf t's to plug vacuum lines If I need to.

    ~Mark
     






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