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Old 02-14-2010, 04:32 PM
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Default Part number for intake hose on secondary air pump

While trying to make room for a battery removal, I broke the air hose between the air filter box and the secondary air injection pump. Anyone able to bring up that part number? I can see it in my eBahn manual...but don't know how to get part numbers out of it.


oh, anyone know if this a low enough pressure item and I can tape or splice the hose together?
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Old 02-14-2010, 05:24 PM
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Oh my,that's an expensive hose,I haven't got the part number,but I've gotta price...

New-50$

Used-35$ ±

Pick & pull-2$ ±

I have experience buying all 3! The one I salvaged at a junkyard was in better shape than the one I bought used! The prices suck...


I'm sorry,I don't have a part number though. I wouldn't splice it,I'd just replace it,I'm a quality guy myself,but as a temporary fix,sure.
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you don't even need the air pump you can remove the whole thing and your car will never know it was gone just plug up the hole in the air box
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Back in Jan 2006 I paid $56.64 plus tax, total $60.75

Part # is 1J0-131-128 the description was PIPE

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Old 02-15-2010, 08:21 AM
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you don't even need the air pump you can remove the whole thing and your car will never know it was gone just plug up the hole in the air box
Is this true? I can remove the pump assembly without throwing codes? Really?
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shouldn't! give it a try and find out if it does. if it does then put it back on all the air pump does is supply extra air to your intake alot of vw's owners remove em
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If you unplug the air pump you will throw a code and the CEL will come on.

If your pump seizes up or if the pump seal is compromised you will throw a code.

If any of the hoses are removed or if you have a leaky hose you will throw a code.

Some NB's came with SAIP's and some did not - I'm not sure what the rhyme or reason was. But, if you have a fully operational VAG-COM, there is a way to change the computer coding from a pump equipped car to a non-pump equipped car.

The secondary air injection pump provides fresh air to the catalytic converter on cold start-ups to lessen the CO emissions.
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If you unplug the air pump you will throw a code and the CEL will come on.

If your pump seizes up or if the pump seal is compromised you will throw a code.

If any of the hoses are removed or if you have a leaky hose you will throw a code.

Some NB's came with SAIP's and some did not - I'm not sure what the rhyme or reason was. But, if you have a fully operational VAG-COM, there is a way to change the computer coding from a pump equipped car to a non-pump equipped car.

The secondary air injection pump provides fresh air to the catalytic converter on cold start-ups to lessen the CO emissions.
well i removed mine 2 years ago and it hasn't came on yet so i don't think it will plus when i took it off it unplugged from the intake
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