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Intake Mainifold hose connection, Escape 2002 V6 3.0L XLT

Hi, I need diagram for Manifold outlets hoses for 2002 XLT v6 3.0L. or if some one can please identify why a hose outlet is caped closed and not connected to any hose, and if so where to find hose to connect to? its the most right outlet of three on plastic Mainifold. car suddenly stalls while driving and some time has trouble starting, it is second hand car so don't know why and when this hose outlet was disconnected? any suggestion will be appreciated. [URL=http://s96.photobucket.com/user/liezajadoon/media/escape/11_zps85b5da39.jpg.html][IMG]http://i96.photobucket.com/albums/l190/liezajadoon/escape/11_zps85b5da39.jpg[/IMG][/URL] [URL=http://s96.photobucket.com/user/liezajadoon/media/escape/14_zpsfe3495a9.jpg.html][IMG]http://i96.photobucket.com/albums/l190/liezajadoon/escape/14_zpsfe3495a9.jpg[/IMG][/URL] [URL=http://s96.photobucket.com/user/liezajadoon/media/escape/13_zps8624e44d.jpg.html][IMG]http://i96.photobucket.com/albums/l190/liezajadoon/escape/13_zps8624e44d.jpg[/IMG][/URL] [URL=http://s96.photobucket.com/user/liezajadoon/media/escape/12_zpsbd1a1986.jpg.html][IMG]http://i96.photobucket.com/albums/l190/liezajadoon/escape/12_zpsbd1a1986.jpg[/IMG][/URL]

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Does the cap look like its always been there ie as dirty as rest of engine etc , it may be not utalised on that model , as for running prob have the OBD codes read as is most probably a sensor

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    Samir Khan Apr 23, 2014

    no it doesnt look like its always been there or part of the original material. Its looks odd because it is a clamp, like those you would see for a house hold gas pipes.

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    Samir Khan Apr 23, 2014

    no it doesnt look like its always been there or part of the original material. Its looks odd because it is a clamp, like those you would see for a house hold gas pipes.

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    Samir Khan Apr 23, 2014

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    Samir Khan Apr 23, 2014

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  • steve Apr 23, 2014

    i've now seen your picture the clip is of the type used on vehicle engine pipework etc ,it looks very clean, has the engine been steam cleaned recently as you say it was a second hand car? ,how long have you had it ? if was steam cleaned there could be damp getting into the electronics, i'll see if i can find the workshop manual for the engine and get back to you

  • Samir Khan
    Samir Khan Apr 23, 2014

    Thanks mate. I am not aware of engine being steam cleaned and I have owned the car for nearly a month. It did work for a few days but now it is unreliable because it will stop randomly whilst driving.

  • steve Apr 23, 2014

    try this link there is a picture of your engine and IT does have a pipe from the port your saying ,cant see where it goes to but down the back of enginehttp://www.2carpros.com/questions/2002-f...

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