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Intake extraction

Old 06-29-2019, 10:44 AM
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2010 BMW 528i (e60 with N52k).

I pulled off the intake.

Replaced the starter motor.

However, along the way, the PVC hose which is underneath the intake was brittle and broke (its the one with 3 connections on it).

I anticipated that after 10 years the hose might break and I had purchased a new one proactively. I put it on.

The other part I purchased proactively was the crank shaft sensor. For pete sake, you are already deep into the job, why not replace the crank sensor?

I never hear of people replacing the crank sensor proactively during the starter motor replacement unless the vehicle throws a crank sensor code (bewildering)!

Question:

When I pulled off the throttle body there was a black vacuum hose just to the left of the throttle body. The vacuum hose was connected to the intake and I was able to disconnect the hose before I pulled off the intake .

I couldn't see where the other end of the vacuum hose was terminated.

I would have like to replace this vacuum hose.

Anyone have a BMW part number or part name for this vacuum hose just to the left of the throttle body?
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Old 06-30-2019, 04:51 PM
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Have you tried realoem.com?
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Old 06-30-2019, 05:08 PM
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Real OEM shows the traditional PVC hose under the intake that has 3 connections on it (with the end connection terminating in the rear of the value cover).

On Real OEM I couldn't find the second black vacuum hose that is just to the left of the throttle body which is also connected to the intake.

One would think Real OEM would show all hoses connected to the intake, but they don't show the one to the left of the throttle body.
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