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Markh0405

Help! Part identification.

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Hi, I'm new to this forum so apologies if I'm in the wrong section or whatever.

I have a 65 plate fiesta 1.0 ecoboost 140, which I've owned for just over a year. I took it for a test drive and loved it so much that I decided to buy it without even looking at any other cars and so far, it still makes me smile every time I drive it.

Anyway, I have just fitted some mountune charge pipes and I had to move some other parts to get better access but in doing so, it seems I managed to snap some angled plastic pipe that connects to the crossover pipe. I think it is something to do with the turbo and it also connect to a T-piece along with another pipe. I've attached a couple of photos. It is the connector with the green clip. It hasn't brought the engine light on and the car drives ok so at the moment I'm not overly worried but obviously I would like to fix it. So, hopefully there's someone on here that knows what the part is so that I can get a new one. 

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Nevermind, I've sorted it now after realising it's only the little pipe on the crossover pipe that is broken and not the actual hose that connects to it. I just got another crossover pipe from eBay. Now all I have to do is figure out how those green clips work on the hoses 🤔. Anyone know how to release them? 

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The little angled parts of the green clip, pull the towards slightly to release, then slide the clip down, the broken tunpbe can be pulled out, all the green clip is doing is sliding behind a ridge on the tube to stop it sliding out.

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Cheers for that. I had tried the angled parts of the clip but didn't want to try pulling on anything without being sure as I didn't want to go breaking anything else lol.

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