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2L5E-DA Intake Manifold vacuum Hose

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2L5E-DA Intake Manifold vacuum Hose

Im hoping someone can help me out here. I received 08 Sensor error on my torque app and before replacing the sensors I checked things out. I found a elbow hose (Fairly small) that looks like it collapsed and has some holes in it. While running you can put your fingers on it and it sucks in air and sounds like a tire leak. In any case this hose is hooked up to the upper intake (Part labeled 2L5E-DA) When trying to take off this hose it is attached to a rod that I think runs the length of the manifold. I can not tell because its at the back of the engine housing. I can not find this in my Haynes/Chilton (Same thing I know) and the only thing I can find on inter-webs are manifolds and what not. So I attached pictures. Does anyone have any more information on How I can get this hose replaced and more importantly how to take it off with out braking anything?

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Try Dorman 46023

If link works this one: https://www.dormanproducts.com/p-220...origin=keyword

Also replace PCV Valve at the same time if its older than 1 year

Amazon sells the Dorman part for $10, but local auto parts should have them or can get one in a day or two, they will have the PCV Valve usually

Old one might crack or break when removing it
If you put the new one in hot/warm water and let it heat up it will be easier to stretch over the larger fitting
 

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Thank you for the reply, I was thinking about clipping the zip tie band on it and taking the thing to Autozone and see if they can match it. I just do not want to have to take the manifild off just to get to that elbow and/or spending $60 to replace the elbow and attached rod because of just the elbow .

Again Thanks for the reply :)
 
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Currently experiencing the same issue and I'm considering the same hose, how did it work out for you?
 
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I started out going to Autozone to get the elbow piece. but the problem was the lower section is a ford piece. Ultimately I dropped the $60 some odd bucks and bout the "Genuine Ford 2L5Z-6C324-CA Connector", cut the zip tie and took the rod thing off and then reattached it the one that was left in there "the Old One" So far I have had no more of the stutter issues, A good Vacuum so far. I installed it around July 2nd. Didn't take to long.
 
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