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What is the small bent hose (approx 3/4 in diameter) that runs from the air filter box lid to the top of the engine right next to the oil fill cap? it is approx 14 in long...

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  • jonfru Sep 29, 2010

    How would I find a part number for replacement, since is it split where it connects next to the oil fill cap? Did you mean to say "air cooler?"

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It is an are cooler for the valves and cams.

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1. Loosten the worm clamps that connect the air box hose to the intake.
2. Remove the bolt holding the air box to the radiator support.
3. Remove the small hose that comes off the front of the air box and goes from the air box to under the intake, I beleive this is the AIR tube.
4. Remove the AIT sensor from the intake hose.
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It is located on the top of you engine compartment, under the hood, to the right (Driver Side) of the engine and left of your battery. You need to take off the plastic engine cover (two bolts and four screw nuts) to expose it. It is cylinder in shape with a black plastic cap, which screws off to show the oil filter. The filter is different than your normal one, it doesn't have a outside metal cover to it. It looks like a air filter but round. Also in the box with your new oil filter comes two "O" rings, one small and one big. The big one replaces the "O" ring at the top of the screw part of your black cap and the small one goes on the bottom of the same cap.

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-- condensation flows toward the front of the vehicle through the firewall at the leftmost edge of the air conditioner blower box – drain channel
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