ToI need to know the name of the part, i ripped a hose attachment on a 1997 corolla .

Asked by Dec 01, 2014 at 03:10 PM about the 1997 Toyota Corolla

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

it is a baby blue screw in plug with two nipples on the back
of the block one of the nipples goes from the plug to a black
cylindrical overfill container and the other goes from the
plug to the carbeaurator

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Sounds like a pollution control part the runs to your charcoal canister. No clue what it's called. If you live next to a salvage yard, I would go there and see if I could locate the same part. Or remove it and throw it on the counter at the local Toyota parts dealer. They should be able to bring up a schematic and at least tell you what it's called.

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Reelin68 is very likely right on. It's a vacuum hose that purges the EVAP canister he is talking about, the vacuum source being at the base of Throttle Body at intake plenum. Toyota has not put a carburetor on a Corolla since 1991 though, it's a throttle body but very much resembles a carburetor. Does it have the 1.6Liter 4A FE..or a DX with 1.8L 7A FE? Or maybe even something else like the 22E? If I knew which I can pull up a picture, maybe you can point it out.

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I made these as big as possible and keep at least some resolution. They are a bit hard to follow..a shot-in-the-dark....... click to size up

On this one the big black line (I am having some trouble with my photo editor, won't let me make pencil lines..gotta fix that) anyway..that part?

Last one..do you see it here?

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