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2005 ford escape problem. Check engines light on. With a hissing and thumping noise around the intake manafold and pcv valve.

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Check the hose the connects to the PCV valve. It sounds like it may have a crack in the hose. The heat generated from the engine will cause these hoses to break down and become brittle. Also, check the other hoses around that intake area, there could be a hose off. You can try using a soapy water mixture and spray it on the hoses and it should bubble. The crack very well may not be seen by just looking at it. If it's cracked near the end, you may have enough of room to cut the bad off and use the hose until you can get another. Good Luck.

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