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Bypass actuator

Bypass actuator

Postby lilm » Tue May 14, 2013 12:42 pm

Alright gents been awhile since I've had a problem. Turns out while fiddling with some vacuum hoses i broke the nipple of the damn bypass actuator. I have attempted to epoxy the damn nipple on and when connecting it back up it flippin broke again. Any one have a replacement link? I remember everyone talking about taking the actuator off and actually boosting all the time is there anyone that has had long term experience with this or should i stick with getting a working actuator?
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Re: Bypass actuator

Postby Bostonlara » Tue May 14, 2013 1:01 pm

lilm wrote:Alright gents been awhile since I've had a problem. Turns out while fiddling with some vacuum hoses i broke the nipple of the damn bypass actuator. I have attempted to epoxy the damn nipple on and when connecting it back up it flippin broke again. Any one have a replacement link? I remember everyone talking about taking the actuator off and actually boosting all the time is there anyone that has had long term experience with this or should i stick with getting a working actuator?


I remember someone posted a link awhile back but it was for a 3800 series Buick. Only difference is the rod is half the length so u need to extend it. Ill try and find the link
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Re: Bypass actuator

Postby 1gSE » Wed May 15, 2013 6:12 am

Mines never been hooked up since the install and I have no problems at all. You won't be "boosting all the time."
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