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Old 01-30-2019, 01:34 AM #1
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Air box rubber hose part #

I need help finding a part # for the hose that comes off the right side of the air box. Confused by the vacuum diagrams and didnít know what to search for in the the threads. Thanks in advance for the help.

Took pictures but having trouble figuring out how to post them from my phone.
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What year? I'm not sure it is 100% the same part through the years...

On my '99, it looks like the PN is 90445-14172

Based on the price, I'd look at using a universal hose in place of it...

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I guess that info is useful. I have a 2002 SR5 4wd.

Here are the pictures.




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What year? I'm not sure it is 100% the same part through the years...



On my '99, it looks like the PN is 90445-14172



Based on the price, I'd look at using a universal hose in place of it...



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Your right that part is expensive for a hose. Searched for it on camelback Toyota and dallas Toyota parts. Wish there was a picture or diagram to confirm it is the correct part. The description just says hose. You can see my pictures posted above and maybe you can tell me if we are referring to the same part?

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I ended up buying a length of cheap silicone hose from Ebay with the same inner diameter. The Toyota price was just too much.
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Your right that part is expensive for a hose. Searched for it on camelback Toyota and dallas Toyota parts. Wish there was a picture or diagram to confirm it is the correct part. The description just says hose. You can see my pictures posted above and maybe you can tell me if we are referring to the same part?

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Wrong part. I gave you the part number for the hose that goes from the charcoal canister to the airbox. From the pix, you are referring to the hose that goes from one of the intake resonators to the fuel pressure regulator, PN 17343-62110

Anyone know part # for this hose?

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Thank you. That is helpful. I had ordered some silicone hose but I will probably return it. I read the post you shared, and had not considered the difference in diameters on each end of the hose. $14 bucks is much more reasonable than the $40 for the first part you posted.
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Thanks for sharing! Cool resource.


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