Help Identifying "leftover" part from headgasket repair

Discussion in 'Gen 3 Prius Care, Maintenance & Troubleshooting' started by bwiencek, Jan 7, 2019.

  1. bwiencek

    bwiencek Junior Member

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    I have just completed a head gasket job and should have taken pics of pieces as I removed them because I have this ONE silly plastic bracket/holder/brace left (pics below) that I am not sure where it goes - I have all the mechanical together and am getting ready to put the cowl tray and wiper assembly in but I can't recall where this piece goes and I'm pretty sure it came off around the same time (as it was in with those parts) - it's got 3 bolt holes and what looks like a spot in the back to go over a bolt head - it's fairly small about 2.5x3 inches. It was a bit dusty so I know it goes underhood and it's not some internal piece.

    Can anyone ID this and tell me where the heck it goes?

    Hopefully the pics show up:

     
  2. Mendel Leisk

    Mendel Leisk Sand Pounder

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    You're kinda double-posting, came here from the link. I'd suggest you post all the identification numbers on piece. I tried to rotate and scale up the best pic:

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    Best I can read, it's:

    2047340
    >PA646F30<
    D1-2

    Have a look and confirm?
     
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    It’s the support for the vacuum line ;).

    Right underneath the manifold and attaches to it(y).
     
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