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PIPE for Defender 300 TDI brake vacuum pump.

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Hi everyone, I own a Defender 110 Hardtop 300 TDI 1997 MY. I would appreciate it a lot if you can urgently help me in finding the part number of the bend pipe (rubber hose) that is marked with red arrows in the photos posted below (Photo 1, 2 and 3) so that I could replace it as soon as possible. The pipe is short, factory bent and it’s two ends have different diameters. It is attached to the 300 TDI Brake Vacuum Pump.

As you can see the one end is completely torn (the crack surrounded by a red line in Photo 3) and the white carcass is showing and I urgently need to replace it. Since 2016 a searched through all editions of the official Land Rover Defender parts catalogues (online and on paper), also I asked my country official  Land Rover dealerships , but the result was nothing.

Thank you in advance for the help.

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Best match I can find is Left hand drive LR part ANR2784  https://www.brit-car.co.uk/product.php/82058/0/vacuum_hose_300tdi_lhd___aircon_def

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if 110 is Right hand drive the pipe is LR part ANR2783 https://www.brit-car.co.uk/product.php/102588/0/brake_vacuum_hose____egr_300tdi_def

going on where your lower steering column is I believe you need the ANR2783 pipe, but the price might put you off, no idea what the cost with postage will be to your location, I think a good length of car vacuum hose would do the job. 

 

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Your 300Tdi has EGR, so identical pipe to yours would be https://www.lrworkshop.com/parts/ANR3563

However, it looks to be obsolete, so you could either find a used one on ebay in the UK or use one of the pipes linked by western which don't have the t-piece for the EGR vacuum feed if you're not using it.

The two rubber end pieces are not available separately so you could even just replace them with some generic vacuum hose.

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Yes, I have blanked my EGR. Thanks a lot for your comprehensive information.

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