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Thread: Ht4100 TVS melted ... 1984 Fleetwood Bro D'eleg

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    Ht4100 TVS melted ... 1984 Fleetwood Bro D'eleg

    I just got my part Thermal Vacuum Switch but I dont understand how to install. You cannot fit a socket over the vac connects and its too tight on back center of the block just behind EGR and throttle body to get an open ended wrench or cresent on ... im pretty sure its 29 mm socket or 1-1/8 in ... can anyone help please? I appreciate any knowledgeable feedback


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    Re: Ht4100 TVS melted ... 1984 Fleetwood Bro D'eleg


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    Re: Ht4100 TVS melted ... 1984 Fleetwood Bro D'eleg

    Or..... a TVS socket. Its much like an Oxy. sensor socket. It has an open space on one side to clear the nipples on a TVS. Sears, MAC tools or Snap On.


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