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There is a little hose that comes from the air filter to engine i dont know the name of it it fell off when i was driving like 5 in i will like to know what is it call and where can i buy it at besides the dealer ship

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I'm unfamiliar with your exact model, but on every other vehicle I've worked on it's usually the crankcase ventilation hose.

It ensures that any combustion gases which leak past the pistons into the crankcase are returned to the combustion intake and get cleanly burned by the engine.

Posted on May 26, 2010

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    Obertelli May 26, 2010

    If you can find the correct internal diameter fuel resistant hose then you can buy it at any car parts shop on a cut to length basis.



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