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On my '92 900 I disconnected this over the weekend. Two intake holes were almost completely clogged with this nasty yellow greasy paste... anyway, I cleaned everything out as best I could.
I noticed while reconnected the tubing (the bottom most difficult to access of course) that one of them was a little split at the end. Sure enough when I fired the car up to see if it ran any better (it doesn't) that gas is leaking out of that same hose. Now I have to disconnect everything again... But obviously I need to replace that tubing.
Anyone have a link to a diagram of the throttle housing that has the part numbers? I'm having trouble finding it
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- Throttle housing, rld082982 , Wed, 13 Sep 2017 10:54:47 <-- Viewing This Message
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