Need help broke

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Asked by Sep 19, 2016 at 09:06 PM about the 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt SS Supercharged

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hi i broke a part on my car and i cant find it any
because i dont know the name of the part..
someone said it was a evap solenoid  but when i
look the part up it doesn't look like  tge part off my
car

8 Answers

17,995

You can take a picture of it and post it on here to see if any of knows its name.

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Sorry new on here so im trying to get a picture on here

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Here's the part that broke

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17,995

Explain where it was and any details about what it was connected to or near, Thanks

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It was near the top right of the engine..and it had two black hoses..one on front and one coming off the top and tge hose on front i believe goes to the throttle body..thats all i know and my car is a hour away at my cousins house so i cant really see and make sure

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17,995

It looks like a vapor vacuum purge valve but I have not found one that looks like it exactly. A good parts store should be able to match it up

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That what me and my cousins was thinking about when we looked it up i couldnt find it ...ill look around ..thanks

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17,995

Present this Picture you have in another question asking its name and the details about where it was and hooked to what broke off on the site here and let the other gurus chime in on it.

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