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Old 01-03-2011, 09:41 AM   #1
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I need the gasket that the IAC mounts to the throttle body. Not the o-ring. None of the auto parts stores have it. Checking with the chrysler dealer, but they think I can only get it in the tb rebuild kit.
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The O-Ring is the gasket.
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The O-Ring is the gasket.
yes, for the iac. That's not what i need. The iac mounts to a separate piece of alum that bolts tho the throttle body. I need the gasket between the piece of alum and the tb. I know i can make one, but i'd rather buy one that is specific.
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make a new one or dealer not much other choice
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Just use some RTV.
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dealer called back. They can't get it. They offered me a new tb for $400! Or not! I just wondered if anybody else ran into this problem.
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