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Long story short I was going to try and take off the throttle body but gave up, I pulled off one of the rubber hoses to help get the bolts off but it split. I need help identifying what the part is called and possibly the part number if anybody has replaced this hose before. its a 99 camry le I4 auto

NOTE: in 2 of the pics i circled the hose in red

thanks in advance to anybody that can help me figure this out, I know its not prolly an expensive part but I need to know what I'm ordering :p













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thr hose you marked in red in first pic is the vacuum line going from TB to VSV for EVAP.
you can easily (and cheap) replace it with a metric silicone hose 6mm ID / 2mm wall.

from here you can get 3ft of such hose at like $5.80 shipped from Taiwan, that's what i did:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/6mm-...ptZMotorsQ5fCarQ5fTruckQ5fPartsQ5fAccessories

as per cracked intake air hose (the large one) it sucks, i suspect mine is in same condition ... I guess getting new OEM is the way to go - junk yard replacements would be same or worse ...

here is p/n for that 17881-03110 (based on '00 5s-fe), thought it's pricey ($70.28 from toyotapartsoutlet.com)


let know if you need anything more (which pics)
 

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thr hose you marked in red in first pic is the vacuum line going from TB to VSV for EVAP.
you can easily (and cheap) replace it with a metric silicone hose 6mm ID / 2mm wall.

from here you can get 3ft of such hose at like $5.80 shipped from Taiwan, that's what i did:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/6mm-Silicone-Vacuum-Tube-Hose-1m-Silicon-_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQhashZitem439e9334e0QQitemZ290423256288QQptZMotorsQ5fCarQ5fTruckQ5fPartsQ5fAccessories

as per cracked intake air hose (the large one) it sucks, i suspect mine is in same condition ... I guess getting new OEM is the way to go - junk yard replacements would be same or worse ...

here is p/n for that 17881-03110 (based on '00 5s-fe), thought it's pricey ($70.28 from toyotapartsoutlet.com)


let know if you need anything more (which pics)


hey just saw the part number i actually ordered both the hoses from gary, and a spark plug wire clamp, whats funny is the p/n u gave me isn't the right one for me ;P
the one u gave me was 17881-03110 is correct as far as engine etc but its for cars made from 08/1999-06/2001 :p
the one i got is 17881-03121 for cars made 11/1997-07/1999 :p

mine was made 05/1999 :p luckily i gave gary my vin and when he ordered it he got the 17881-03121 :p (i just checked the pdf invoice :p) :D yay they will be here tomorrow now i get to have fun unscrewing all the clamps! YAY :D
 

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hey just saw the part number i actually ordered both the hoses from gary, and a spark plug wire clamp, whats funny is the p/n u gave me isn't the right one for me ;P
the one u gave me was 17881-03110 is correct as far as engine etc but its for cars made from 08/1999-06/2001 :p
the one i got is 17881-03121 for cars made 11/1997-07/1999 :p

mine was made 05/1999 :p luckily i gave gary my vin and when he ordered it he got the 17881-03121 :p (i just checked the pdf invoice :p) :D yay they will be here tomorrow now i get to have fun unscrewing all the clamps! YAY :D
sorry, i based part number on my car ('00 solara), glad to hear you ordered a correct one :)

i always double check myself all part numbers per VIN of my car, i thought you were having access to that too, no ?
then same like you i always give VIN to dealer when ordering, so they can triple check it on updated system :)
 
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