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Door lock vacuum line size/part number

Heyoo, Im trying to find the part number for the yellow vacuum line in the lock system. Its bigger than the standard 1x4mm stuff, Im prettty sure its something like 3x5mm or something like that...I cant for the life of me find part numbers

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A0001581435 Piping from (lots of places) to (lots of places) Order by the meter.

FROM DISTRIBUTOR ON LEFT MAIN FLOOR TO VACUUM ELEMENT ON LEFT FRONT DOOR 1900 MM

FROM DISTRIBUTOR ON LEFT MAIN FLOOR TO VACUUM ELEMENT ON LEFT REAR DOOR 1150 MM

FROM DISTRIBUTOR ON RIGHT FRONT FLOOR TO VACUUM ELEMENT ON RIGHT FRONT DOOR 1900 MM

FROM DISTRIBUTOR ON RIGHT MAIN FLOOR TO VACUUM ELEMENT ON RIGHT REAR DOOR 3150 MM

FROM DISTRIBUTOR ON RIGHT MAIN FLOOR TO DISTRIBUTOR ON LEFT FLOOR 1750 MM

FROM PUMP TO DISTRIBUTOR ON MAIN FLOOR , RIGHT 1050 MM

FROM PUMP TO DISTRIBUTOR AT FILLER NECK FLAP 1500 MM
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Thats the 4mm vacuum pipe, The door locks were 5mm i thought?

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thats the only tubing shown in the whole locking system on the ISPPI diagram for a 124.092 320TE/E320 wagon.


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Cool beans, sounds good, thanks!!

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You can buy silicon tubing in all the metric sizes from Amazon....just keep it on hand....that's what I did.

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Ok as long as you dont use it in the engine depot for fuel . Even the small pipe that runs in to the valve cover from regulator goes brittle over a period of time . But for short tearm use i would think it could be used but keep a eye on it .

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I was talking about only for vacuum....not fuel.

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This is for a vacuum door lock rehose job on a W108. The car is a complete custom, but the vacuum door locks im upgrading to the W124 style with the electric pump, so keyless entry can be had easily. After some time lookin at the parts, its just as easy as swapping the vacuum out for electric actuators, but part of the sweetness of the old benz is the pneumatic door locks. And we all know the W124 door lock system is pretty bullet proof, seems like a no brainier to me

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