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Old 08-17-2017, 04:52 PM   #1
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Default Discontinued 2002 L300 Engine Hose

I am having a lot of trouble finding this hose. I have found results online using the GM Part Number: 9128535 Engine Crankcase Ventilation Hose (see images for a better idea of what it is). There is also another number on the hose 0066501. Not sure if I am searching for it correctlly.

I am wondering if anyone out there has any ideas for repurposing a similar hose. The biggest problem is it has a ~75 bend. So finding one similar may be difficult.
Internal diameter is 1.5 cm while the total diameter is 2.3 cm.

I have searched the forums here and tried several online parts places from other posts. Tried a GM dealer and have been told that it is discontinued. I have a few more e-mails out there waiting for a response - so there is hope.

I am thinking I will have to just find a similar looking hose and make it fit with clamps. Anybody have suggestions for what type of material to look for? Anybody know off hand of a hose that is usually in stock that is close to this one? I am worried about using the wrong kind and it collapsing.
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Old 08-17-2017, 05:01 PM   #2
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Default Re: Discontinued 2002 L300 Engine Hose

Funny, I was looking at the same hose last night and thinking it needs to be replaced. Someone had taken a pliers to it and tore it up.
If you have a local parts store, with a clerk who gives a damn, you can take the hose in and ask them to check it against hoses they have in stock of the same diameter. I have had good luck in the past finding hoses that, with some trimming, can work in a pinch.
Offhand maybe a '90's Cavalier/Sunfire bypass hose?

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Old 08-17-2017, 08:51 PM   #3
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You might look at a pcv hose for a mid 90s Chrysler Concord. That is a little over 1/2"id and has a useable bend similar to what you posted.

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I would either get one from a junkyard or use a generic one. Should not be hard to find something.

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use a generic one. Should not be hard to find something.
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I am having a lot of trouble finding this hose. I have found results online using the GM Part Number: 9128535 Engine Crankcase Ventilation Hose (see images for a better idea of what it is). There is also another number on the hose 0066501. Not sure if I am searching for it correctlly.

I am wondering if anyone out there has any ideas for repurposing a similar hose. The biggest problem is it has a ~75 bend. So finding one similar may be difficult.
Internal diameter is 1.5 cm while the total diameter is 2.3 cm.

I have searched the forums here and tried several online parts places from other posts. Tried a GM dealer and have been told that it is discontinued. I have a few more e-mails out there waiting for a response - so there is hope.

I am thinking I will have to just find a similar looking hose and make it fit with clamps. Anybody have suggestions for what type of material to look for? Anybody know off hand of a hose that is usually in stock that is close to this one? I am worried about using the wrong kind and it collapsing.
So did you got to your local auto parts store rather then just online and GM dealer? GM Dealer are last resort but jk will most likely have that part but unless a local parts store can't find it then it really is truly gone and a jk is your only choice.

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