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Got time to look and see if my PCV's diaphragm was the culprit to my P2189/P2187 check engine code after finding that it could be on another forum.  Got on top of my engine and before unplugging out of the PCV decided to just look at the hoses (had part of the trim around the back of the engine off anyway and it being 11 years old).  Looked down and saw these two hoses split that go into the "sucking jet pump", followed one of them down that plugs into the intake pipe, not for sure where the other goes.

 

Also a part number would be great if i could get it for these, it is the VR6 engine

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Was it difficult to replace? Mine looks not good on the other end which is going to the intake. Part i have already here but didnt start yet. 

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My 04 V8 has the  P2187 and P2189 codes.  It will start but runs only a few seconds and stalls.  Would this be a PURGE VALVE issue?

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