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Hose that runs from the intake air filter duct to the manifold

What will happen if i run the vehicle without the hose; the hose looks like a small clothes dryer vent hose; i think the bottom of where ever it connects is rusted off;;

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The hose is for heated air to the intake, 3 things could happen, in winter the intake throttle valve could freeze up, 2nd you can fail your visiual smog test, and 3 poor fuel economy. This hose goes to the exhaust mainfold sheet metal heat stove, it is cheap to buy, replact it.

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