what causes 2002 dodge neon my air intake hose to collapse

Asked by Sep 14, 2019 at 10:07 PM about the Dodge Neon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2002 dodge neon air intake hose hose collapses and gets a hole from
vacumn replace twice happened again help ?is it my iac valve ,or my map
sensor ?

4 Answers

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is the air filter clean ? could be some obstruction before air filter box . check air intake pipe before air filter box.

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You may need a new hose.

No obstruction into air filter intake , and yes need new hose again as i already replace ,and this hose lasted a month and got hole in hose again . So i was wondering if my IAC or MAS has anything to do with it, as the air intake hose collapses when at idle as i was inspecting with hood open in yard i also cleaned iac valve so might help just gonna order new hose again .

I am having the same problem right now. I am going on my fourth air intake boot and they have only been lasting about a week but I drive for Uber and use the car a lot. My mechanic seems to think my motor mounts are causing the hole because they need to be replaced but sice the boot is made to move I find that doubtful. I don't think it's going to work. We put a new air filter in already and one new motor mount.

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