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I drive a 2000 ford focus lx with a 2.0 sohc engine, the problem that I am having is the part of the pcv hose that goes into the back of the block, the 90 degree elbow that connects the hose to the block has burnt into, i put black electrical tape on it but it is still causing a engine code saying my o2 sensors are bad, I called ford and they want $45 for that whole new hose, is there anywhere else besides ford that I could go to get that hose, or that little 90 degree elbow? If i cant thats fine but I am just trying to spend the least amount of money to get it fixed, and I just dont see the justice in spending that much for a piece of rubber and plastic, any help would be greatly appreciated thanks Eric
 

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Give Mike a call at Hilbish Ford 1-800-849-0233. You have specifically ask for Mike and state that you're an FF member to get a discount on parts.

BTW, Last time I heard, Mike is bit under the weather and don't know if he's back at work yet. Give them a call anyway, he may have someone reputable taking his place for the time being.
 

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no i dont man sorry all i did was go in there and show them what i needed and they pointed me to the isle and the guy came and showed me one that looked just like it. Call your local oreillys and ask them.
 

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NAPA has this pcv elbow

Yes this thread was last replied to 4 years ago as of this writing. However after having experienced this problem myself I happened upon this thread and found the Dorman part number previously cited. I crossed that to a part number for the NAPA Auto Parts store locally. BK 715-1783.
The part cost me around $7 and some change. Best part? Exact fit! Well that and not buying a whole hose assembly from Ford for almost $40![cheers]
 
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