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Old 01-22-2010, 06:18 PM   #1
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Need help please!

There is a plastic twist-on housing that holds the PCV in place and the MAP sensor mounts on top of that housing. While replacing the PCV today, the housing cracked a bit in the clip area tht holds the MAP plug.. Is there a way to replace this part without replacing the entire intake?


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If you have both pieces you can use some JB weld.
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PCV housing kit AC Delco part # 89017274.

Kit comes with plastic housing, PCV valve, spring, and o-rings.

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Ron:

Many thanks for the part number! The local dealer had one in stock and I've since installed it and we are back on the road!


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Glad to help hope the kit was not too expensive.
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