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Old 12-27-2004, 12:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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pcv valve hose leaking

what happens if pcv valve hose is leaking? can it be any regular hose or is it a special one 'cuz hondaautomotive sells for 30.88 and i don't know if i should really pay that much. thanks...
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Old 12-27-2004, 06:34 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I think a 3/8" hose is the same size. At least that's what I'm using for my catch can. I'd assume that hose at Honda comes with the PCV valve. Still expensive though.
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3/8 will work. The PCV is not included:

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just go to pepboys and grab a foot of 3/8'" fuel line for a few bucks.
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any kind of 3/8 hose? or should i get one from honda?
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what happens if pcv valve hose is leaking?

you'll only be leaking out Hydrocarbon.... nothing to worry about...

lol jk jk...
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any kind of 3/8 hose? or should i get one from honda?
Like yield said, a fuel line will work fine. I'm using a silicon hose. No leaking.
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any silicon hose, a hose techniques, a fuel line .... any of that stuff will work. Or, you can go and get one of those little air-filter thingies and stick that on there too. I dont even have my pcv breather attached.
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