I don't see how being in FL would exempt the car from needing the update. If anything, I would think it would be more important due to engine/crankcase heat.
Have you looked at pictures of the PCV 6 parts to see if those look like what you have in your car? If you have a 4-cyl that was affected by the update and don't have the updated hoses, I would do the update. If you do have the updated hoses you can easily remove the valve cover and take a quick look. If it looks suspicious enough to drop the pan, then do so, but if everything looks pretty good then you can probably avoid dropping the pan. -JerryC
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