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    I spied something I had wondered about ..... the clip that holds the windshield washer tubing to the fuse area cover! What or where does one find that clip?!

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    That is not the tubing for the windshield washer fluid , but the hose for the fuel vent and the brake fluid resevoir vent - overflow for '69 US cars and '69 and later European cars .

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    Richy, is there a date range for this vent or just the '69 cars?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gled49 View Post
    Steve, u should install the rubber insulation blocks on your positive cable ends of the batteries, available from Porsche. Pix shows one installed and one upside down so u can see the profile.
    I can attest to the problem that may be caused if they do not exist or are not put on properly and fall off (as in my case).

    Lucky to not lose the whole car to fire!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haasman View Post
    I spied something I had wondered about ..... the clip that holds the windshield washer tubing to the fuse area cover! What or where does one find that clip?!

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    Was available at Sierra but last time I saw it said Out of stock
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    Part number is 999.651.128.00. It isn’t anything special, just a steel chassis clip.

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    Are we sure this clip is for the fuel vent hose? This clip has always been there.
    Pics from Ed and Ravi show this hose above the battery.

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    That's for the fuel vent hose on a 69 or later years if a ROW car. Mine is a ROW car but the two hoses in the picture are for the windshield washer and the brake reservoir vent hose.
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    Mine is a ROW(German), and now looks great-as was originally intended. Thanks to all for your help.
    I know I have to add the insulator on the positive terminal.
    Steve

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