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i think its the egr not sure but while i was installing motor one of the chains from the hoist snapped a port that is located behind the throttle body on the drivers side.

do i need this part and need a new intake?
or can i epoxy the hole closed and call it a day?
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You don’t need it. It’s the evap solenoid. Epoxy it up.

Don
 
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You don’t need it. It’s the evap solenoid. Epoxy it up.

Don
thanks Don

u have any recommendations on what to use?
 

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I think any two part epoxy that is thick enough it won’t fall in the hole should work. Temperatures are not extreme.

Don
 

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Should be fine.

Don
 

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Im thinking of roughing it up and taking throttle body off to see if i can get behind it too

Anyone know what type of plastic it is?

I can use 3m plastic repair
 

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Seen where guys used a soldering iron to "weld" up cracks and holes in plastic intakes ;)




 

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Seen where guys used a soldering iron to "weld" up cracks and holes in plastic intakes <img src="http://www.camaros.net/forums/images/smilies/wink.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Wink" class="inlineimg" />




Thats awesome
I can use the piece that brroke off as a filler :)
 

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Used a woodburning kit with a small flat triangle paddle
 

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