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    Default WTB Brake Booster Vacuum Pipe

    After the pipe that goes form the Inlet manifold to the brake booster.

    After inspecting it and thinking it was ok and spending the last hour changing boosters thinking this was the problem Ive discovered it got a gaping hole in it! Now I know how to change a booster...... Frustrated...



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    its for a 205.....
    94 205 Gti Classic #9
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    why not just buy some new hose?

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    Im a tight arse and dont have a car to get around in and work from 4am till 5pm and nothing is open after that. Its just to get me on the road so dont mind if its used just needs to work.

    DO I need to get the cloth covered hose specifically? Or just rubber... Assuming I need something more speciality as its for a vacuum no?

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    91 205 Si
    87 205 GTi Race Car
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    Quote Originally Posted by cam85 View Post
    Im a tight arse and dont have a car to get around in and work from 4am till 5pm and nothing is open after that. Its just to get me on the road so dont mind if its used just needs to work.

    DO I need to get the cloth covered hose specifically? Or just rubber... Assuming I need something more speciality as its for a vacuum no?

    Cam
    Brake booster vacuum hose from Autobarn/Supercheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cam85 View Post
    Im a tight arse and dont have a car to get around in and work from 4am till 5pm and nothing is open after that. Its just to get me on the road so dont mind if its used just needs to work.

    DO I need to get the cloth covered hose specifically? Or just rubber... Assuming I need something more speciality as its for a vacuum no?

    Cam
    If it's manifold vacuum you can buy special hose.

    It is OK to use standard EFI fuel hose.

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    Found One!!

    Went to a mates for a beer, was just peeping at his stash and one was staring me in the face! Also found the hazard switch I was after. Will see if it works when I get home...

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