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Went to get her smog test and the gas filler hose for our 1990 Classic has cracks allowing a vacuum leak.
The part # ntc1382 is no longer available (widely) and so I'm searching for DIY fixes.
Appreciate any suggestions. Thanks.
 

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Just realized they marked it no longer available now...
 

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I would determine the inner diameter at each end and search a local industrial plumbing or, a good hardware store for rubber hose options. You could ‘bridge’ the two diameters with a plumbing type connection and clamps which tolerates fuel exposure.
 

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I would determine the inner diameter at each end and search a local industrial plumbing or, a good hardware store for rubber hose options. You could ‘bridge’ the two diameters with a plumbing type connection and clamps which tolerates fuel exposure.
this is what I have done, I visited a local parts store and requested 3 feet of emissions hose 5/8 id. verify size and go for it I think I paid less than 15 bucks.
 

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Went to get her smog test and the gas filler hose for our 1990 Classic has cracks allowing a vacuum leak.
The part # ntc1382 is no longer available (widely) and so I'm searching for DIY fixes.
Appreciate any suggestions. Thanks.
How did you get this fixed?
 
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