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Part I.D. #2161062
09/24/16 08:39 PM
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Can anyone identify this part

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Re: Part I.D. [Re: 71ragtop] #2161085
09/24/16 09:15 PM
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Usually the kind of stuff I rip off and throw away! smile ...I'm going to say OSAC valve?,...72-4 E body?

Re: Part I.D. [Re: 71ragtop] #2161121
09/24/16 10:06 PM
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don't know the number, but it looks like a contraption known as EGR amplifier. Late seventies-early eighties.

Re: Part I.D. [Re: 71ragtop] #2161124
09/24/16 10:10 PM
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Yeah its an EGR vacuum amplifier.

Re: Part I.D. [Re: 135sohc] #2161263
09/25/16 09:54 AM
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a similar, if not identical part was used on my '74 charger with a 400, and several '74-78 C-bodies i have owned over the years. not sure about obtaining a NOS part, but these are common enough that you may find a good, used example for your application. does anyone know how to test these to determine if they are good ?
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