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1989 Plynouth Acclaim. What is the hose that runs out of the bottom of the air filter assembly to above the oxygen sensor/manifold area in the engine. Where that hose attaches is all rotted out and I

This part has a metal hose that goes from under the carb. and above the oxygen/sensor/manifold area. It connects to the air filter assembly on the bottom. I need that hose and the piece that is on the engine as mine is all rusted/rotted out.

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    K Foltz Nov 13, 2014

    I actually found it. Autozone has a diagram. It is the Air Heater Connector that goes from the Fresh Air Intake of the Air fileter asassembly to the Intake Manifold. My Intake Manifold is all rotted out. Looks like it's junkyard search time.

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    K Foltz Nov 14, 2014

    No one mentioned that besides the hose, the INTAKE MANIFOLD that hose connects to is what is also rotted out. I stated that whole place where it attaches is rotted out. Autozone has a helpful online manual to remove the intake manifold. I am pretty sure I can get that hose from someplace like RockAuto. I am not in Colorado. Our server is, and thanks but this car is so old it's not going to a mechanic. I'll fix it myself. Car's only worth about $800. Thanks for the info though

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Sounds like you are talking about the heater hose that provides hot air from the exhaust manifold. It may still be available from the dealer.

Posted on Nov 14, 2014

Testimonial: "The exhaust manifold where that hose attaches is rotted away, could this be causing the engine to run very poorly, it barely will idle and I can hear air sucking."

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MAF sensor is located between air filter & air intake on engine, its in a plastic housing in the middle of the rubber hoses. BE CAREFUL THIS IS A DELICATE & EXPENSIVE COMPONENT.
MAP sensor is located on hose outlet from intercooler on the offside of the engine near the wing. AGAIN,, BE CAREFUL, DELICATE COMPONENT

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themoneypitt did just fine,except it's not a gasket,it is a O-ring.
At least it is on the 1995 Acclaim.

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Use the following diagram to determine the configuration of your heater hoses. It is from 1992 Caravan manuals from Dodge. Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: Oil leaking from the gasket on the metal piece under oil fltr

Make sure that the oil filter is tight. Usually they only leak if dirt was in the gasket when the filter was installed or the filter wasn't tightened enough.

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You could find sheets of gasket material in well-stocked autoparts stores. They are water proof, and you could make one yourself that should solve the gasket leaking problem.
Once you find a sheet, try and make a stencil from the top of the manifold, then cut it out with a good scissors.

Posted on Dec 21, 2009

Testimonial: "Thanks for the advice. I was thinking of making a cover out of sheet metal, but this will be much easier to do."

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