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Old 06-26-2012, 01:06 PM
e36addactionftw e36addactionftw is offline
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Quick question, searched but no def. answer.

I have a leaky intake boot and Idle Control Valve hose, since I am going to be replacing both the boot and the hose I was wondering which one I should purchase for the ASC TB delete?

ASC doesn't work on my car nor do I ever plan on fixing or using it anyways, it's a summer/nice weather car.

Would I use the same IAC hose as what come on it and just replace the boot or do I need to order a non-asc IAC hose for it to fit? I have looked everywhere and couldn't find an answer to my question.

My car is a 1998 328I
(The Second one is what came on my car)

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