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Old 26 Feb 2011, 01:04 am
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Does anybody know the Mopar part number to the PCV valve emission hose? Mine cracked when they removed it to check the valve. thanks in advance for your help.

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Old 26 Feb 2011, 03:02 am
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Just get gas line hose - they sell it by the foot - at AdvanceAuto, etc.
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Old 26 Feb 2011, 07:42 am
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QSD is right to save some money on the hose. If you want the molded hose, my parts catalog for a 2001 has two numbers: HOSE, Polution Control Valve 4777 957AA or 4884 246AA. Not sure what the difference is.
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Old 26 Feb 2011, 09:34 am
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That looks like a molded hose to me, IF you put the same length hose on it, I would be concerned that it would pinch and then it would be useless. IMHO that is!!!
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The #4884246-AA is the PCV valve hose. The other is probably the "make-up" line that completes the PCV system. It's only three or four inchs from the PCV hose on the N/As. The last time I bought one, It cost $12.32. It has two differant size openings and has two molded-in sharp turns. I've replaced a couple on my customers cars. Because of the Hot, oil saturated air that flows through the hose and the very hot engine compartment temps that the hose is exposed to anytime our engine is running, even our factory hose softens during normal use. If you use a gas hose, it is resisting the curves you put it through and it will eventually kink enough to "cut-off" the flow of the valve. You will experience engine performance issues when this eventually happens.

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Ahhh, I see we now have a picture. From the looks of your "make-up" hose under the PCV hose, it has sucked shut with age. It appears you need to go to the dealer and get BOTH hoses. The dealer is the "only" place you can get the corrrectlly shaped hoses. Of course, as has been said, you can manufacture some replacements. I personally would never go that route for the reasons I stated in the above previous post, but that's just me.

When I added the K&N Apollo, I ended up cutting the factory "make-up" line to add an oil catch-can to my system.

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Thank you guys for your help, i went down to the local dealer and was able to pick up the exact part i need thanks to the part number provided. Now the wife is once again styling and profiling in her Pt Cruiser.
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QSD is right to save some money on the hose. If you want the molded hose, my parts catalog for a 2001 has two numbers: HOSE, Polution Control Valve 4777 957AA or 4884 246AA. Not sure what the difference is.
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I'm looking to replace my pcv valve hose. Do you know the part #? I have a 2003 Gt model. Thanks!

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Tai,

I only have the parts catalog for the 2001 PT's that aren't turbo-charged. Yours might be different, don't know. If it looks like the hose in the picture supplied bu meanmachine in the first post, then go by the numbers I posted or what Jerry suggest in post number #5.
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Tai,

I only have the parts catalog for the 2001 PT's that aren't turbo-charged. Yours might be different, don't know. If it looks like the hose in the picture supplied bu meanmachine in the first post, then go by the numbers I posted or what Jerry suggest in post number #5.
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Thanks but ur right...it looks different from my hose. And the valve is on the passenger side. I ordered a new pcv valve from nextdayauto. But having a hard time finding the hose! Went to a random dodge dealer today and the dude told me that pt cruisers dont have a pcv valve! LOOOL! I was like well ur wrong, do you want to see it on my car?" Then i googled it and showed it to him. I left and just ordered the valve myself.

Anyone know where i can get a pcv valve (hose/tubing) from?

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