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Hi everyone,

I'm gonna be changing my sparkplugs again soon, and I really don't want to buy OEM replacement breather hoses that go over the coil packs (the ones that you have to remove and replace to change the packs/plugs).

Does anyone know the internal diameter of these two hoses?

Thanks.
 

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if the hose is still soft, you don't have to replace it. just remove it carefully. if you use an after market hose, i would suggest you get atleast a foot long so you can loop it. that's what i did untill the toyota dealer opened its doors the next day.
 

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Unfortunately they're pretty brittle and cracked :(

I've gotta get replacements.

Anyone try a short length of aftermarket tubing?

tt4playn said:
if the hose is still soft, you don't have to replace it. just remove it carefully. if you use an after market hose, i would suggest you get atleast a foot long so you can loop it. that's what i did untill the toyota dealer opened its doors the next day.
 

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What do you have against buying the OEM replacements?

mfh said:
Hi everyone,

I'm gonna be changing my sparkplugs again soon, and I really don't want to buy OEM replacement breather hoses that go over the coil packs (the ones that you have to remove and replace to change the packs/plugs).

Does anyone know the internal diameter of these two hoses?

Thanks.
 

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I was able to use an aftermarket piece of tubing for the front tubes, but the rear tubes are too offset and too large to get a tube to fit there and seal. There's really no choice for the rear one, other than the Toyota piece.
 
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