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2014 Porsche Cayenne Engine Hose Identification


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Kiobio
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Apr 2, 2022, 5:42 PM

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2014 Porsche Cayenne Engine Hose Identification Sign In

Can anyone tell me what the part number for this hose is? I tried digging through the engine schematic but can't figure out which part it is. It is the L shaped hose near the top left of the engine.


Hammer Time
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Apr 2, 2022, 7:00 PM

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Re: 2014 Porsche Cayenne Engine Hose Identification Sign In

There's not a chance in hell that anyone here can give you a part number for some unknown hose. The dealer is your only hope for that but even they will need a lot more info to identify that hose.



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Tom Greenleaf
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Apr 3, 2022, 12:07 AM

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Re: 2014 Porsche Cayenne Engine Hose Identification Sign In

Carnac the Magnificent's Prediction for ...hoosieragtoday.com
You'll need this guy but unfortunately he's no longer with us :-(
So it's off to a dealer as Hammer said,


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Tom Greenleaf
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Apr 3, 2022, 4:06 AM

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Re: 2014 Porsche Cayenne Engine Hose Identification Sign In

Sorry about that. I did look for that engine to see what you may see and there is a hose from air intake after the air filter is usually (?) to add air a PCV system took out of "icky" air for lack of a better word above oil in oil pan, valve covers etc. That if system can't overwhelm blow-by some is normal some is excessive (not great news) must be very oil/fuel tolerant and take a lot of heat many go squishy at engine ends or from making an elbow it's thinner there possible?
That's just a WAG on assorted engines they get wrecked early as things go by time.
Take it off it should just pull off (most IDK this engine for crap) use a tool if need be lift hose off. If it has serious clamps it could be coolant you need to know by looking or this isn't for you - get help in person.
Bring it with you (another car duh) and match it up. Many hose things are tolerant hose should say so encrypted on them just might be generic and too long so duplicate it. Measure I.D. hose and O.D. of where it goes -Vernier caliper if you can get at engine side port.
ASK for specs for new hose a dealer will show the part on a screen for you point to it maybe IDK other parts outlets?
You need the thing if what I'm thinking make sure it would make engine run like crap or odor under-hood or noticed inside??


WAG as said just a same size ended properly rated hose if so would do you may have to cut it to size.
Anything carrying oil fumes, oils of all sorts must be properly rated or will fail in no time,


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