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Old 01-25-2014, 04:15 PM
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EBP tube nightmare.... Need help

I ordered a EBP tube the other day. I just took it off and under the truck the tube nut didn't Come loose. Instead the double male connection come undone from the engine? Or whatever it's attached too. I couldn't get it off once i had the tube out still. I soaked in PB blaster and when it finally come undone, the tube side of the double male was completely stripped. The threads were left in the old tube... I have no clue what this connection is called or where I can get it but I need it ASAP. Any help would've greatly appreciated.
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Old 01-25-2014, 04:24 PM
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Also, I dropped the sensor into a pan of fuel (I'm also rebuilding the fuel bowl). I immediately grabbed it and cleaned it with contact cleaner. What are the odds the sensor is damaged
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I believe I may have found the part. I'd appreciate if anyone else can confirm tho.

Connector 1822713C1 International Part #

Sry for spamming my own thread lol. It's supposed to be negative 15 here Monday and 38 tomorrow and I leave for vacation Friday. I may or may not be in slightly panic mode
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sensor should be fine just clean it off.
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Will run without it... perhaps not at ideal efficiency but run fine none the less. Had to plug one on a truck at work a few months ago. Like yours the flare nut was stripped... but the fitting came out of the manifold fine. The manifold is tapped to 1/4" or 3/8" NPT threads if I recall. The fitting that the tube goes into seems to be a flare fitting to NPT adaptor and should be avalible at any good hardware store.

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