I bought the car with , miles on it and it's run great to date but I recently changed the oil, oil filter, air filter and pcv and during the process noticed that the hose connecting the pcv to the manifold is somewhat dry rot at the pcv connection and the rubber elbow connection at the manifold is collapsing which seems to be restricting air pass through. Now although I am somewhat limited in knowledge, I do believe that this is a vacuum hose and I would like to replace it but there's one small problem I can't find it anywhere. I looked up the nomenclature for it and it is described as an oil separator hose; is there another name for this?
Where is the PCV vacuum hose on a 2003 Ford Escort ZX2?
Ford Escort Questions - How do I replace the PCV hose and valve? - CarGurus
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