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Old 11-27-2019, 04:57 PM   #1
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1999 SW2
Default Is this the correct valve cover hose?

The SW2 needs the hose from the front valve cover to the air intake plenum (on the right side of the engine). I think this provides fresh air when the PCV opens? I found this hose on Amazon but I can't tell from the dimensions if it's the correct hose or not. I measured the hose at 7" long in the straight section (from elbow to elbow). Anyone know?

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