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My husband was going to put plugs and wires in a van we just got. There was a piece that was glued together on the intake, he doesnt know what it is though to replace it. 1994 chevy astro

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  • mnmgoddess Dec 03, 2008

    He said he has to take the manifold out to get a pic. It is a round piece that is part of the intake. Its next to the distributor. It is part of the intake. thanks

  • Anonymous Dec 03, 2008

    He said that is not it. This goes to the radiator. It is made on the intake. Water goes through it and it holds the line. The water line hose pushes into it.

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Can u send me a picture so i can see?

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  • cravensb Dec 03, 2008

    the only thing i can recall by the distributor is the oil pressure switch, is there a connector on it?

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