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Hi everyone, sorry if this is covered elsewhere but im still pretty new to the forum. 
Can anyone tell me what that hose is for in the picture iv circled? I have been checking my hoses today and this one is made out of a sort of fluffy material and then covered in rubber. When checking i noticed that there isnt really a tight connection on either side. 
If anyone can help identify what it is i would be most appreciative. 
thanks

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I also should tell you that the engine is a 1.6 TDCI Econetic. 
Thanks

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Thank you GazCaz. 
The one in the pic looks bent and kinked aswell. 
what exactly does one of these do? And would the fact that its kinked and not got a tight seal make any difference to the engine?

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5 minutes ago, Lmaynard said:

Thank you GazCaz. 
The one in the pic looks bent and kinked aswell. 
what exactly does one of these do? And would the fact that its kinked and not got a tight seal make any difference to the engine?

thanks

Could be a recycle pipe ...

Heres another one...

 

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/FORD-FIESTA-1-4-1-5-1-6-DIESEL-AIR-CONNECTION-PIPE-HOSE-AV21-9C623-AE-2010-2017-/163344745706

 

 

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It's an oil breather hose.  

Are you sure it's not sealed?  The sheath over the top is just a heatshield so doesn't need to be tight, it's the ends of the rubber pipe that should be tight each end.

 

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Ah so it i remove the fluffy sheath there should be another pipe underneath TomsFocus?

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3 minutes ago, Lmaynard said:

Ah so it i remove the fluffy sheath there should be another pipe underneath TomsFocus?

Yeah, you can see the rubber ends are secured by jubilee type clips each end. :smile:

 

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