Re: Crankcase breather replacement
Definitely take pictures of the cable and wire and hose routing, before you pull off the fuel rail and TB. I made my own from 3/8 copper tube, a T joint, some 1/4 in brass hose barbs and a couple of caps There is a stubby version that is easier to build that uses one cap, the 1/4 in hose barbs and a short piece of 3/8 copper tubing.
If you are handy with some tools and a soldering torch, it is not hard to make. You can find a breather hose the right diameter at an auto parts store NOT heater hose. Somewhere on this site, there is a thread that outlines parts from Grainger that just threads together if you are not up to manufacturing your own.
I used a pair of long nose vise grips to put the clips back on. they apply more force more easily than the extra long needle nose pliers. As mentioned, if you do not get the screw clamps back the way they came off, they can interfere with the TB and jam it open.
Sugar Hill, GA
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