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I am having troubles finding information on the name of a part that I need to replace.  It's a part of maintenance to my 1995 Volvo 850 Turbo 2.3L.  I want to order it and replace it since its cracked.  If I don't know the name of it I cant order it.  It's under the fuel rail and plugs (elbow rubber ends)into the manifold then the line extends to the throttle body tree near the vacuum lines.  The color of the line is yellow except for the elbow rubber ends. It's about a foot in length.  Does anyone know what the exact name for this so I can order it online?  

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I had to put electrical tape on the elbow end of the tree so that's what you see.

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Here's your part numbers. #11 and #12 (x2) on the diagram. You can buy the parts on www.fcpeuro.com, or tascaparts.

https://www.volvopartswebstore.com/showAssembly.aspx?ukey_assembly=243138&ukey_make=865&ukey_model=11966&modelYear=1996&ukey_category=7072&ukey_driveLine=457&ukey_trimLevel=24645

But for what you spend on that you can buy a decent amount of silicone hose and refresh all vacuum lines, including the solid hose in question. 

https://www.ipdusa.com/products/10271/121613-black-silicone-hose-5mm-id 

5mm is tight enough to not require hose clamps. I would just buy 8-10 feet of this, good to have some left over in my opinion. It's what I've been running for close to 10 years.

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I did the same on my car, just replace it with silicone hose. And if you haven't changed any other vacuum hoses, it's a good idea to check over all of them and replace everything that you can with that silicone hose.

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so using silicone hose lines it still needs the OEM elbow fittings though right?  or is there a way  you guys are making the silicone line do it all without kinking up?

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4 hours ago, jefhon said:

so using silicone hose lines it still needs the OEM elbow fittings though right?  or is there a way  you guys are making the silicone line do it all without kinking up?

Silicone line retains it's shape while being really soft and flexible, just use enough so there's no tension.

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4 hours ago, Brad850 said:

Silicone line retains it's shape while being really soft and flexible, just use enough so there's no tension.

gotcha!  good stuff

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