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My cousin (a mechanic in school) is trying to help me fix my 2005 slk 350 that has 125k miles on it. He correctly identified that I have a vaccum leak and found the culprit part, but when I call the dealer to tell them, "I need the Y connector on the vaccum line" they act like I am speaking a different language. Can anyone help me identify this part? I need the top Y part that has a hole in it. It pulls away from the other longer hoses in his hand. Or if someone can point me in the direction of a part diagram...
 

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post your vin so I can get you your datacard and to try to find your part number :D
vacuum line as in where? radiator cooling, heater,etc?
 

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standby for datacard and i'm still looking
 

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Here's datacard. still looking
 

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vacuum system. i don't see it yet

 

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cooling water circulation

 

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i checked mostly every picture for intake, etc. I have pm'd a couple of our members to also check out your thread.
 

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Some generic vacuum hose with a simple T fitting for where the hose splits could probably be used. Available from the local auto parts store at a cost of less than $10. This isn't always an option, but always worth investigating.
 
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