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I am a Chevy man but I got a 93 Dodge Intrepid to fix up. But I got a rubber hose that keeps melting. It comes from the right valve cover normally where you would find a pvc instead it is a stub up. And it wrapps around the back of the engine to the air intake. Does anyone know what this hose piece is call I don't know autozone, advance auto people, pepboys. No ones knows what that peice is called.
 

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I'd say it's just a crankcase breather tube. I'd just buy some generic rubber hose and reroute it away from the heat. That seems easiest.
 

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You would think but the way it is setup right now is probally the less heat. Would tacking a piece of pipe instead of rubber work better. I don't know. Any input would be great.
 

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Hmmmm, that could work. How about some Schedule 40 PVC pipe? The gray kind....electrical conduit.
 

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I had to replace mine on my 93' with a 3.3. I got it for a few dollars from my local dealer. Where is yours melting? If it is on the back side of the engine I might check the EGR valve and or EGR valve gasket for leaking exhaust gasses..........good luck!
 
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