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Old 11-21-2007, 08:45 PM
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Question hose between EVAP canister purge valve and engine intake manifold

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I've been trying to get some info on this vacuum hose and have gotten conflicting info. Per my Ford F150 shop dvd its evap hose 9G271 Evaporative emission return tube. The dealership says the complete part # is xl3z9g271ba and is almost $80 but not instock. Now this hose looks to be about 18" long 3/8" ID no way it costs that much.

I read somewhere that the real part # is XL3Z9D289AA and costs about $28 which sounds about right. Tried googling XL3Z9D289AA but comes up blank .I've gone to some OEM online stores and the xl3z9g271ba comes up as TUB & HOS ASY-FU/TNK for $67 and the XL3Z9D289AA comes up as VMV PURGE LINE for $27.

Anyone knows for sure which part number/description is correct for this hose? thanks and have a happy Thanksgiving!

oops guess I should add this is for a 2001 f150 5.4l

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The description of VMV PURGE LINE sounds right....

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or you could replace it with a piece of rubber fuel hose for $2
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yea I know I could replace it with a fuel hose (which I might do ) but I'm a sucker for looks and having things done right. Since it isn't a straight run I'm afraid that a straight piece of fuel hose wouldn't look right and or rub/kink.
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yea I know I could replace it with a fuel hose (which I might do ) but I'm a sucker for looks and having things done right. Since it isn't a straight run I'm afraid that a straight piece of fuel hose wouldn't look right and or rub/kink.
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You don't have to google anything...you can find out all about it right here on this page.

Look for FTE sponsor Direct Ford Parts link, and type in the part numbers.

I just did, here's what I found:

xl3z9d289aa .. Purge Line ~ Ford List Price: $36.12 / FTE member net: $25.53

xl3z9g271ba .. Tube & Hose Assy. ~ Ford List Price: $126.87 / FTE member net: $67.25

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Thanks, as a matter of fact that was one of the online oem stores I looked at :0)
I'm wanting to be 100% positive on the part since both the dealership and my Ford Service DVD (from Aug 2004) shows it as xl3z9g271ba and the DVD does show it as a single hose. Just looks like they had a mis-print and it was never corrected...Anyway my brother works at a ford dealership as service manager he should be coming to town tonight guess I'll bother him and see exactly which one it is and how much of a discount he can get me.

Bad thing is a saw a post somewhere about the exact situation and questions I have but I cannot remember where I saw it at or what they came up with...
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Well here is a email from Direct Ford Parts

"The 9G271 you list does show to be correct for this vehicle but the pricing is off. The retail on it is 126.87, your discounted price through us would be 67.25. If that dealership was going to sell it to you for 80.00 then they were giving you a substantial discount anthough not as good as ours. The 9D289 that you seem to think you need sounds right to me but unless you have a Lightning that is the wrong Part number. From what I show you should need # F75Z9D289AA, retail is 32.68, your cost would be 23.10 plus shipping. This part goes from the VMV (Vapor Management Valve) to the intake. Thanks, Gary"

So off I go to locate info on this F75Z9D289AA but whats strange is on their site a search for this part under 2001 F150 doesn't show up. But under parts search for Ford it does.
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Folks, I cannot find this part #F75Z-9D289-AA at Rock Auto. I searched both by vehicle year/make/model and part # only. It should be the hose running from the Vapor Canister to the intake on a 2001 F-150 4.6L...

I would like any help locating it.

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I'm having a similiar problem with my '97 Econoline E150, w/5.4L. Just changed the purge valve, bench testing the old one showed it was junk - wouldn't cycle. Now 1 day later I get code P0446 AGAIN, (the reason I got in there to begin with) now tech support (through my buddies shop) says it's the vapor canister. They say the previous owner had to be running it for along time with the valve no good and the canister is clogged (tryingto blow through it comfirms it to be clogged. Is there anything else I should be looking at while I'm in there? I don't want to keep havingto get under there changing one thing after another without KNOWING for sure.
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yea I know I could replace it with a fuel hose (which I might do ) but I'm a sucker for looks and having things done right. Since it isn't a straight run I'm afraid that a straight piece of fuel hose wouldn't look right and or rub/kink.
You can replace this hose with a piece of fuel injection hose of the correct diameter and length for pennies on the dollar and you will get years of use from this hose.
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I'm having a similiar problem with my '97 Econoline E150, w/5.4L. Just changed the purge valve, bench testing the old one showed it was junk - wouldn't cycle. Now 1 day later I get code P0446 AGAIN, (the reason I got in there to begin with) now tech support (through my buddies shop) says it's the vapor canister. They say the previous owner had to be running it for along time with the valve no good and the canister is clogged (tryingto blow through it comfirms it to be clogged. Is there anything else I should be looking at while I'm in there? I don't want to keep havingto get under there changing one thing after another without KNOWING for sure.
If the charcoal cannister is plugged and not working, you will have to replace it with a NEW one. After you replace the charcoal cannister, check to make sure the the Purge Valve is working. If you feel no rattle or hear no rattle, it's time to replace the Purge Valve. Good Luck.
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Hi everyone!

I've been trying to get some info on this vacuum hose and have gotten conflicting info. Per my Ford F150 shop dvd its evap hose 9G271 Evaporative emission return tube. The dealership says the complete part # is xl3z9g271ba and is almost $80 but not instock. Now this hose looks to be about 18" long 3/8" ID no way it costs that much.

I read somewhere that the real part # is XL3Z9D289AA and costs about $28 which sounds about right. Tried googling XL3Z9D289AA but comes up blank .I've gone to some OEM online stores and the xl3z9g271ba comes up as TUB & HOS ASY-FU/TNK for $67 and the XL3Z9D289AA comes up as VMV PURGE LINE for $27.

Anyone knows for sure which part number/description is correct for this hose? thanks and have a happy Thanksgiving!

oops guess I should add this is for a 2001 f150 5.4l
Also, you might have to replace the small filter in the engine air filter box that is connected to the Pipe or tube going into the Oil refill located (usually) on the left side valve cover.
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