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Old 11-14-2019, 09:01 PM
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Vaccum line through firewall

So my TJ has been surging pretty bad and a few times turning off at idle. I traced it down to a vaccum line, I had a vaccum line snap off by the firewall. I read up on how to access it from the glovebox to remove it. I grabbed some pliers to pull it off the connector and it sheared off at the plastic clear part. Is the shield supposed to come off with it? Any tricks on removing it? I'm still having issues removing it from the vacuum connector.

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That line is glued into the connector...

Cut it on the other side of the connector and bypass it
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Old 11-15-2019, 06:53 PM
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That line is glued into the connector...

Cut it on the other side of the connector and bypass it
Thanks. How would I go about connecting the lines together after I cut it? the diameter of the hole inside the vacuum line is way too small to fit a barb fitting in there.
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Insert them into a short piece of rubber line
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Old 11-21-2019, 09:47 PM
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Insert them into a short piece of rubber line
Thanks for the response. My brain has been mashed potatoes after work. I dont know why I was trying to be set on connecting lines internally instead of slipping a hose over it. Nonetheless, it's connected. thanks.
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