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How do I remove the throttle body vacuum line on my '06 3.2l?

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This is nutz! I hate Porsche connectors with a passion. What sb something simple, is a RPITA. :soapbox:


Does ANYONE know how to remove the vacuum line connector that sits under the air intake tube on the right/front of the 3.2 V6? :lightbulb: 20231108_1928511.thumb.jpg.bb8c2128f5ecbfe944648d0f9e5bdc88.jpgAny help will be greatly appreciated...thanks! :clapping:

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I don't have experience with that particular one, but having worked on my Cayenne Turbo and Boxsters, it is probably a squeeze job. They are usually placed so that you really can't get a good grip and some leverage, of course. But looking at that one, I would say you apply pressure to the ribbed areas to release.

You might need to push inward at the same time to get it to release.

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Thanks JE, that's what I thought too. I don't want to break it and create a whole new issue.


Guess I'll keep pushing and pulling, but it's just so stupid that something, which sb simple, is so darn difficult...thanks again.

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