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    Ivan
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    Can someone please identify this part?

    As the title says, I need to know what this part is. It's broken off and I need to replace it. This has thrown the P1110 code. I've secured it with electrical tape for the time being (which has resolved the code), but I'd like to do it properly. Looks like it was broken before and someone glued it together.

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    mdb99@bellsouth.net
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    That is part of the bake booster line with the check valve. At least I think it is. If it is rigid and goes back to the motor with a tab over a red grommet then that is what it is.
    here is a link to replacing it.
    It come as a single part, but if you dont have brake pedal stiffness your repair has fixed it and I wouldn't worry about it.

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    mdb99@bellsouth.net
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    That is part of the bake booster line with the check valve. At least I think it is. If it is rigid and goes back to the motor with a tab over a red grommet then that is what it is.
    here is a link to replacing it. http://saabworld.net/f29/replacing-r...ter-line-2828/
    It come as a single part, but if you dont have brake pedal stiffness your repair has fixed it and I wouldn't worry about it.
    Also Code 1110 is likely related to the vacuum leak the brake in the hose cause. Disconnect your battery for 15 minutes, neg cable, to clear your code and see if the code goes away.
    Could also be your BCV, but we can see about that later.

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