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pcv valve location on sohc

Discussion in 'Under the Hood' started by 99 Sport 4x4, February 12, 2003.

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      Is this in English?
       
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      I have changed my PCV and now there is a lot of smoke comming out of the valve cover and being sucked into the air intake what could be causing this?
       
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      The SOHC has a fragile PCV valve plastic "T" in the back, did that get broken? I'd double check the part application used, PCV's do not all have the identical restriction. Some flow a lot more or less than yours.
       
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      Put it in Backwards
       
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      I don’t know if anyone is still looking on this thread but I got my 98’ Ford Explorer XLT SOHC 4.0 L a year ago and it has completely stop starting all together I got the engine light checked at auto zone before and was told to change the pcv valve I found it but I don’t know how to remove it?
       

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