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1992Air aspirator silencer & aspirator valve assembly

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  • Thelma Brown Apr 30, 2010

    I'm trying to get a Plymouth Sundance to pass smog and I need a aspirator silencer & aspirator valve assembly can't find one

  • Thelma Brown Apr 30, 2010

    I just replied to the comment thank you very much.

  • Thelma Brown Apr 30, 2010

    The first thing i did was check local junkyards and then I got online and tryed part finders and still no luck thats how I came to this site

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Hi! May i know what do you need to know regarding the parts? Thanks!

Posted on Apr 30, 2010

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    dj_relly999 Apr 30, 2010

    Have you check in any junkyard near you? Can be cheaper if you can find one on a junkyard

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