306 S16 Part I.D
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    I was just wondering if anyone knew what this particular part was called?
    It's the vacuum junction point in between the battery and the head of an S16 (4 vacuum hoses attached to it).

    Granted, it's a little bodged with epoxy and pieces from an earlier fix but I would like to know what it's called so I can order a new one.

    On another point, if anyone has a spare one lying around they wish to sell, please let me know.

    Thanks
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    hehe I did some running repairs on mine as well but put a new one in a number of years ago.

    It's a brake amplifier Valve part number 4575 19

    Tony.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wintermute View Post
    hehe I did some running repairs on mine as well but put a new one in a number of years ago.

    It's a brake amplifier Valve part number 4575 19

    Tony.
    Awesome. Thanks Wintermute

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    no probs, the part name is not something you would ever think of, but it makes sense when you look at it. It basically goes between the vacuum pump on the end of the cam and the brake booster with some offtakes for other vacuum's like the manifold pods.

    Tony.
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    Morris 1100 1965 green

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