Please help identify what this vacuum part is?

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Old 04-24-19, 04:09 PM
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Question Please help identify what this vacuum part is?

I have 2005 Ford Taurus (Eng. Type : 3.0L V6 OHV 12V) that has a vacuum leak that is causing idle and accelerating problems. I hear the hissing coming from this part specifically. I also done the carb cleaner spray test and only spot that reacted to the spray. So if anyone and i know there are plenty who are like come on guy, But hey give me a break here lol couldnt think of anything clever enough to say. Anyways any help would be appreciated thank you

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That looks like an PCV vacuum fitting. It looks like it snapped off the air intake.
 
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Maybe including the year, brand, model, and engine would be helpful.
 
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Old 04-24-19, 04:46 PM
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part number is on the tube at the bottom of the picture, looks like a simple replacement!
 
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Sorry guys being so difficult its not the tube i need its what the tube is connecting to
 
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It may be the tube you need. It has a quick disconnect on the end of it. The engine is a 2005 3.0 vulcan. I can find pictures of it in many places but can't tell what it is. One site said vacuum connector body.

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You might try doing a google search on the part number on that tube. It'll at least tell you its function.
 
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One site says it's the pcv valve, but that is on the other end of that tube.

https://images.app.goo.gl/vBoNrMSGYHVkCPrM7
 
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Intake manifold engine vacuum connector.

https://www.google.com/search?q="Intake+Manifold+Engine+Vacuum+Connector"&oq="Intake+Manifold+Engine+Vacuum+Connector"&aqs=chrome..69i57j0.7237j0j4&client=tablet-android-samsung&sourceid=chrome-mobile&ie=UTF-8
 
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hate to bust your bubble. but the elbow hose that is directly below that is 80% always at fault. feel with you hand while running.
 
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From my research....it appears the OP has the Vulcan engine which is set up differently than the Duratec engine.

X.... your first link is correct. It's the PCV valve. The second link deals with the EGR system.
 
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Yes, vulcan engine. No, not the pcv valve... the pcv valve is on the other end of that hose... down on the left side of the engine. The part is similar to this. (The item that is listed as sold)

There are some on sale on ebay that have multiple ports, which if unused could be capped... but I would assume the dealership would either have or could order the right part.
 

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