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help me figure out what this parrt is



found in engine bay, i would guess its not supposed to be open like it is.
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Vacuum ball....need a new one? Looks like it got melted on the exhaust manifold maybe. I have one from my wreck if you're interested
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That's the reservoir for your turbo encabulator
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That's the reservoir for your turbo encabulator
im not a newbie lol
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im not a newbie lol
I know I just wanted to be a smarta$$ lol
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lol nice.
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just figured out what it is, its the vacuum resevoir.
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Vacuum ball....need a new one? Looks like it got melted on the exhaust manifold maybe. I have one from my wreck if you're interested
how much would you want fdor it
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how much would you want fdor it

I'm pretty sure I can fit it in a medium flat rate box, if so, how does 20 shipped to your door sound?
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