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Small rubber hose close to fire wall rip , i need to know where to get replacement

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Hoses generally come in standard diameters. Have you tried the local parts stores, like Autozone?
Too simple of a question. You should already have asked at a parts store.

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First i would try the scrap yard if that dont work then go to your dealership

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