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Had the 90 degree elbow problem on pcv vacuum hose like all else it seems.Now checking out other hoses i need to know what the other hose is on drivers side coming from throttle body and running to dr

2002 ford explorer sport trac v-6 4.0

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The diagram is under the hood on an Emissions Label

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SOURCE: ford explorer and ford explorer sport trac same exterior parts?

Above is correct, some body panels are interchangeable some aren't...Headlights, front fenders, hood yes. Doors unsure, bed and back no (obviously). The underpinnings (suspension) are similar, but not exact...and depending on the year, the Explorer went to independent rear suspension, while the sport trac kept the solid axle differential.

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SOURCE: 2000 zx2 escort, zetec engine, need a elbow piece

I'm sure you've solved your problem by now, however your best bet is a junkyard.

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SOURCE: vacuum lines from intake dodge dakota sport v-6 magnum

On my 2002 dodge dakota there is a hose that runs off of the front of the intake manifold(facing front end of the engine compartment) This hose was disconnected and there was a cap on the stud at the bottom the intake. The hose was of course a perfect fit. The engine is now running a bit smoother and the all is well with the world.

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SOURCE: PCV valve? IAC valve? Sparkplug wire? Throttle body? Vacuum hose?

the most common causes are plug wire, plug, vacuum leak at intake, fuel injector failure and last no/low cylinder compressio.

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SOURCE: vacuum or pcv hose t broken 2002 freelander

Try Rovers North, they sell just about every part in the LR catalog.

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