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My Vacuum line connector that holds the lines securely to the ccv on the rear of the intake was dropped into the cavern beneath my brake booster. I cannot find a part number for that thing anywhere. realoem shows it but the part index number is gray and is not listed in the parts diagram index. Does anyone know where else I may find this part number or even the proper name of the connector so I can search it that way? There are two on the ccv and they are yellow circular clips. Any help is greatly appreciated. I hate chasing my tail and have searched using vacuum line but I am apparently the first dip**** to lose one.:(
 

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Which are you looking at?
Crankcase oil separator: http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/showparts?id=DN63-USA-03-2003-E39-BMW-540i&diagId=11_2255
Manifold system: http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/showparts?id=DN63-USA-03-2003-E39-BMW-540i&diagId=11_2281
Vacuum system: http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/showparts?id=DN63-USA-03-2003-E39-BMW-540i&diagId=11_2675
Brake depression: http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/showparts?id=DN63-USA-03-2003-E39-BMW-540i&diagId=34_0547

I've found that a greyed item is normally related but in another system area.
Note: those realoem diagrams are for TAB (2003 540iA). Use your VIN to ensure parts for your vehicle.
 

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you talking about the ribbed 90 that goes in to the PCV plate? or the Ribbed 90 that goes in to the power break booster..... I beleve that are the same,

Oh i miss read that... you want the U clip that holds the line down after the suckJet closest to the power brake booster?
 

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That's not the one I'm talking about. The black vacuum line with the blue stripe that plugs into the ccv has a clip that holds it securely to the ccv. It's yellow. I'm thinking it's #18 in the second diagram that Angrybear posted. There are two different size vac lines that plug into the ccv and they both have that clip. I have managed to misplace the one that I still could get my hands on so I have nothing to take a picture of. The other is hopelessly buried under the brake booster. I tried my compressor with a blow gun but it must be stuck in there good.

http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/showparts?id=DN63-USA-03-2003-E39-BMW-540i&diagId=11_2287

It holds hose #9 to the ccv.
 

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Which are you looking at?
Crankcase oil separator: http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/showparts?id=DN63-USA-03-2003-E39-BMW-540i&diagId=11_2255
Manifold system: http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/showparts?id=DN63-USA-03-2003-E39-BMW-540i&diagId=11_2281
Vacuum system: http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/showparts?id=DN63-USA-03-2003-E39-BMW-540i&diagId=11_2675
Brake depression: http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/showparts?id=DN63-USA-03-2003-E39-BMW-540i&diagId=34_0547

I've found that a greyed item is normally related but in another system area.
Note: those realoem diagrams are for TAB (2003 540iA). Use your VIN to ensure parts for your vehicle.
Here's the part. I cannot find it anywhere on realoem. Guess I'm going to have to go to the stealership.

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It's the yellow clips.
 

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that is part of the pcv plate... your not going to get that by it self...

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that is part of the pcv plate... your not going to get that by it self...

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Are you sure? When I purchased a new CCV plate from BMW it didn't come with those clips.
You really don't need them, the hoses fit tight (might need to trim off 1/2" from the end) and the vacuum will keep them connected.
 

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Are you sure? When I purchased a new CCV plate from BMW it didn't come with those clips.
You really don't need them, the hoses fit tight (might need to trim off 1/2" from the end) and the vacuum will keep them connected.
Yeah my new one didn't come with them either. I figured they'll stay put. I just like to put things back the way they were.
 
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