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Any non emission owners have this part?

Replacing all vacuum lines I accidentally snapped off the inlet tube to this part
Since this is emissions and CA holds polluters in low esteem, I think I need to fix it!

Looking at PET, best I can tell itís part no 91161812300 (change-over valve)

Anyone have one they want to sell? Itís boxed in red below

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Old 12-23-2008, 07:32 PM
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Yea I saw that on PP, but the wording ďSpecial order, non refundableĒ leads me to believe that canít get it either based on prior experiences.
Oh well, Iím prolly Fíd on this deal but will hit up some local 930 owners that went to track only cars.

Just hoping some PP 930 owners had one hanging around!
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I suggest you call DC Automotive , they have a bunch of stuff. .EBS Racing might have some stuff too..
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Can you JB Weld it back together until you can source another?
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I've seen those broken like that. Find a piece of real thin metal tubing that fits inside the broken off piece and JB weld it back on.
Air isn't flowing through that it's just vacuum.

The left vacuum solenoid that has a broken hose connection acuates the diverter valves for the air injection system.

The one on the right is inline with the vacuum retard line that goes to the distributor and it disconnects vacuum retard during the first minute after a cold start to help raise the idle speed around 3-400 rpm.
When the solenoid is opened by the K-jetronic box under the driver seat, vacumm retard becomes operational, timing is retarded and engine rpms come down to normal all at once.
The aux air valve that bypasses the throttle body is also open during a cold start to help raise idle speed.
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