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#1 MeanDarkus

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Posted 28 December 2011 - 04:01 PM

If you look at this picture (not my fusion), its the hose on the bottom right side of the piture, between the engine and the front of the car... http://pictures2.aut...a?id=1880855748

Not sure what it is really needed for as it just sucking air in, which is happening anyway, but best to get it fitted?

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#2 btmaldon

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Posted 29 December 2011 - 09:24 AM

I dont think you need a part number if you go to a main dealer. Just tell them the model and you need an air intake hose. They will pull up a picture of that area of the engine on the screen and you can point it out.

You probably do need it, especially in the summer as that looks like a cold air feed. Cant see where the air filter is, but if that is supposed to be running from an air filter to the intake system you will have problems.

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Posted 29 December 2011 - 09:56 AM

If you look at this picture (not my fusion), its the hose on the bottom right side of the piture, between the engine and the front of the car... http://pictures2.aut...a?id=1880855748

Not sure what it is really needed for as it just sucking air in, which is happening anyway, but best to get it fitted?

Cheers,


PM JohnH, he is one of a few I know (but whose names dont jump out to me) that has access to the ford E-Cat, so he can get you the part details and a price to accompany!

#4 stef123

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Posted 29 December 2011 - 01:24 PM

as btmaldon has said, its a cold air feed, the air filter is inside that big black cover.

according to the E-cat there are 2 parts although its not clear as to what is what as they are both 'tube assembly'... one at 58 and the other at 78! probably best going to a scrap yard or ebay!


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