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Old 10-16-2018, 04:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default PCV disintegrated with grommet and hose

HI I went to change the PCV valve in my 91 Si (D16A6 original engine) and the PCV, grommet, and lower hose (to the block) were petrified and fused together. I had to destroy the whole thing in pieces and pull the lower hose off the block connection to get it all cleared.

My question: it looks like the lower hose was connected to the bottom of the grommet without a clamp. Is that correct? It's gonna be tough pushing that on and hoping it stays. Should I use gasket sealant?

Is there a source for the correct hose? My search of various Honda parts places showed it discontinued so I'll go to the local parts store and try to match it.

Any other tips on this? Thanks
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