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Old January 3rd, 2015, 06:01 PM
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NAS D-110 Yellow A/C Vacuum Line (?)

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In checking out fluid levels under the bonnet today, I discovered that one of the tiny yellow vacuum lines from the AC, which goes through the firewall, was broken off. Anyone have any experience in repairing or replacing the line? In other words am I looking at major opening up of the dash and movement of the AC/Heater system?

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Old January 3rd, 2015, 07:47 PM
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Had this happen in my nas 110. I got some BMW vacuum hose that was larger than the yellow hose and I was able to slide the BMW hose over the yellow hose. Basically I made a patch. Used some silicon to seal it and it all works fine again. Basically same idea as shrink tubing.
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Barry,

Good tip. I think there's enough tube sticking out of the firewall grommet to do this.

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