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    Broken Clip Brake Booster Vacuum Pump to Intake Manifold

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    On a late model (2002) intake manifold, mechanic broke the clips on the vacuum pump that connects the intake manifold to the brake booster in the firewall.

    Wondering if there is a part number on the clip/angle hose bit, or if that kind of clip has a name? Circled in red here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/d3wx9rfjl2..._1851.JPG?dl=0

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    Really hoping I don't need to buy a whole new vacuum pump part 078133701AD (that's the part number for the whole assembly, hoping to find just the part that connects to the intake manifold).

    Thanks!

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    Even just the name of this style of connector would be awesome. Audi uses them all over and they seem to break so often. I replaced my spider hose with the 034 silicon one just because of those connectors.

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    First off, you probably would have been better off just buying a new spider hose instead of the 034 silicone piece. What an ugly piece of engine part. I assume you are talking about the IM connector on this assy (078133701AD): https://www.ecstuning.com/b-genuine-...p/078133701ad/

    These style clips are all over various european cars, but a 45-degree might be harder to find. You can definitely find the piece at a junkyard. I may have a spare laying around I'll send you a PM if I can find it.

    Since you definitely like hose clamps, you can also slip a piece of strong hose over the IM connection (which is basically barbed already) and do it that way instead. You can also eliminate the intake boot connection entirely and run the hose straight from the IM to the booster as long as you add a check valve.

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    Established Member Two Rings
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    Search for norma quick conectors



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