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Need turbo vent tee part #

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I noticed the tee fitting was broken looking for something else. It is item #25 in the parts manual pic, and the pic of it has a rectangle on it from the service manual. The parts list that I have does not give a part number. Thanks in advance.

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I went the cheap route and bought a 3/8" brass tee fitting. It fits the turbo vent hoses at the rear of the engine perfectly, and then I just used a piece of 3/8" rubber hose to slip over the stock hard line and the last tee fitting end. The stock plastic tee broke apart, leaving a piece in one turbo vent hose and the stock hard line that goes under the valve cover. It was real fun getting those out near the firewall. It looks like the hardline was not routed correctly, probably when the coolant lines under the intake were fixed at the dealer. So I re-routed the line correctly (funny how those hard lines go perfectly into place when you do that). So I'm thinking this line has been off for a while. Yet another reason why I'll never take my Cayenne to Momentum Porsche in Houston ever again.

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