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I’m in need of knowing what this part is called. No it’s not a vacuum tee I’ve already tried looking it up and finding the part but I can’t seem to find it anywhere. It won’t hold idle unless I hit the gas a little bit after I cover the hole. It goes to the brake booster any tips on what this thing is? It’s toward the back of the engine bay and is basically against the firewall
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Were the answers in this thread not satisfactory?

 

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Were the answers in this thread not satisfactory?

Nope nothing there worked and left me at several dead ends
 

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Nope nothing there worked and left me at several dead ends
I have an idea! Try these solutions.

https://www.oreillyauto.com/shop/b/...nnectors---f-s--tees---y-s-25953/4df2a1881946

If that doesn't work try this:

Go to the local pull-a-part and grab one off a junker.

Here's another thought:

Get a piece of rubber cut into a square / rectangle slightly larger than the hole. Get some RTV Black and a worm band.

Apply the RTV Black to edges of rubber patch. Apply the rubber patch to brake booster tee. Secure rubber patch by affixing worm band to patched area to ensure it is secure. Voila! No more leak.
 

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It isn't anything special. Replicate it with a couple of generic vacuum tees or use a simple manifold. This is vehicle repair 101 stuff.

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