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What is the vacuum elbow connector with black plastic rigid pipe that goes into the intake manifold that ends up at the PCV called on a 1998 F-150 4.2?

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2008-02-02 17:27:36
2008-02-02 17:27:36

Its called a rubber vacuum line elbow

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