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Old 08-11-2013, 07:39 AM   #1
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Trying to replace vacuum hose

I had notice on my 98 mustang gt one of my vacuum hose was dry rotted

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So I said okay I will just go to the part store, should be an easy fix went to one they said they didn't have it so I went to another part store and they said that they didn't have one either but the could help me find one that work so I said okay bought it for a buck or two and when I put it on crank up up I noticed that when its curved that it get pinched that its getting suck together

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Now the hose on the right is what I got from the part store


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And the bottom hose is what I'm trying to replace


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Anybody know where I can buy to replace my old hose


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This is what it look like
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Old 08-11-2013, 07:50 AM   #2
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You could just run a straight hose like the one u got from the inlet on the plenum to the pcv valve. That plastic line breaks easy and those little elbows are a pain to find. Use about 2 ft of hose should be enough but id measure it just in case. However if u wanna try to find the elvow try under the help section in advanced or autozone or any autoparts see if they have some 90° elbow similar to yours. If not just run the hose straight
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You could just run a straight hose like the one u got from the inlet on the plenum to the pcv valve. That plastic line breaks easy and those little elbows are a pain to find. Use about 2 ft of hose should be enough but id measure it just in case. However if u wanna try to find the elvow try under the help section in advanced or autozone or any autoparts see if they have some 90° elbow similar to yours. If not just run the hose straight
Thanks this information is what I was looking for
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I had to replace the entire PVC; I took off the same part and was unable to locate one like it. I had to go to a Ford location to get the part. Certainly call around first because it's not a common item!!
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I haven't found very much for vacuum tubes for this car yet. but ill try to remember to check worldpac when i am at work. they tend to have a lot of OEM parts.
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Old 12-14-2015, 11:38 AM   #6
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Just get a longer hose so it doesn't bend as much .. or go to the dealership

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