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Hose Throttle Body to Charcoal Canister

Need help finding OEM part number for a hose that connects from the throttle body to the charcoal canister. I don't know the name of the hose which is making it difficult to find the part. I know some of the parts are being discontinued. If this one is, what hose can I use as a replacement for OEM. I included some pics. I have a 2000 2.7L automatic 4runner. Thank you.
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Need help finding OEM part number for a hose that connects from the throttle body to the charcoal canister. I don't know the name of the hose which is making it difficult to find the part. I know some of the parts are being discontinued. If this one is, what hose can I use as a replacement for OEM. I included some pics. I have a 2000 2.7L automatic 4runner. Thank you.
I believe it's 23827-75080.

You are right, more and more of these hoses are becoming discontinued, I'm scrambling to collect the full set for my '97.
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Great thank you! The part number sent me to a nice diagram with all the hoses with their part numbers. Next question, since I'm already tinkering with the charcoal canister and being that the plastic canister is getting old and brittle after 22 years, should I just go ahead and replace it? I plan on keeping this 4runner for at least another 20 years if I can keep it running. It has 215,000 miles. Like mentioned earlier, the parts for our 3rd gens are starting to get discontinued and since I'm in the process of restoring old cracked or brittle hoses I thought I should just replace the canister while the part is still available.
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I replaced that hose recently...just used some straight length from napa, a lot cheaper than a $40 formed hose. No issue getting it to snake the same path to TB.
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I replaced that hose recently...just used some straight length from napa, a lot cheaper than a $40 formed hose. No issue getting it to snake the same path to TB.
I'm assuming I just ask for PCV hose? If so are all the hoses attached to the charcoal canister PCV hoses as well? Most are as hard as a rock.
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I asked for vacuum hose...I thought because it was in the vacuum diagram under the hood it would just be vacuum hose, but I realized after the last two hours reading about different hoses and I need to go change out that vacuum hose for fuel hose so the fuel doesn't breakdown the hose. From what I've read, most fuel hose (SAE J30R7) are rated for PCV & EEC, some even have that printed on them, or they may say fuel/emissions This video was helpful in explaining the different standards of fuel hose.

Thanks for asking the question so I could learn and fix my own mistakes!
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Wow! Thank you for info. Sure it's easier to just go to the dealer and get the hose and not worry about making a mistake. But getting them at an auto part store does force one to learn what each hose does exactly and how all the parts of the engine work together.
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I swapped mine this evening. It is a 5/16" hose and I needed 2 1/2 feet. Cost $6 from autozone.

Here is a photo of how it routes pretty cleanly from the charcoal canister to the TB despite not being molded:


Also, for future reference, here are some of the markings on two different fuel lines. They are both SAE 30R7 (or J30R7, same thing), but one mentions PCV/EEC while the other just says fuel line:



And finally, I cut open the vacuum hose I was using to see if there was deterioration...looked pretty clean.

Was I ok to keep using? probably. Will I worry less knowing it is the right hose? absolutely.
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