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Here is her pic..You need to take off the intake manifold and pcv valve is appropriate in the center of engine under intake.Or probably on the side under input .They adjusted location ~ above the 2.0 and also 2.3. IIRC .You should additionally replace the pcv valve tubing..That line u circled is the crankcase breather tube..
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Install a Motorcraft PCV valve. The PCV valve on my 2002 2.0 is situated on the oil separator in ~ the front best of the engine. It has actually a 90° rubber elbow on it; the other finish of the elbow is attached to a steel tube; there is a ar of silver paper insulated tubing that connects the steel tube come the intake manifold - be sure to replace that, as the rubber gets old & collapses. Mine was in bad condition.If you change the rubber elbow, be prepared to clean the end of the steel tube as the rubber is going to be welded to the tube from heat. Accessibility is difficult.
Martin, walk u have to take the intake off or deserve to u with it there is no it off? ns wasn"t sure about the 2.0.I recognize the 2.3 remained in middle and intake had actually to come off..I agree, gain a motorcraft pcv valve and hosing..
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No, intake removal is not essential on the 2.0L. Replacing the foil/insulated tube was fairly simple. However, replacing the rubber elbow at the PCV valve was a actual bear, since you don"t have easy access to the steel tube. A handy tool to have actually would it is in a plumbers cable brush (for cleaning copper pipe or pipe) come scrub off the burnt-on rubber. I supplied a scotch brite pad & solvent.
This is it, right? seems pretty simple. Perform I really must replace the rubber tube linked to it?
This is it, right? seems pretty simple. Execute I really have to replace the rubber tube connected to it?
Yes, the is the PCV valve. And no, friend don"t need to replace the rubber elbow. However, save in mind the it is rubber & is exposed to high heat. Rubber hoses are well-known to degrade & collapse. Ns don"t recall the condition of the elbow on mine car, but the longer insulated tubing to be in poor condition. And I didn"t recognize what a bear it would certainly be to replace the elbow. :lol:
Even despite the elbow may look ok.It may be degrading from the inside through a bunch of crud in there too. Begin the car and also have part one rev it increase while u look at elbow,see if it flattens out.Also commonly the end of the pcv valve line the goes to the intake additionally flattens out.On my v6 it to be the intake finish that flatend out and also u really noticed it when u revved up the engine.I just gained the elbow,but u have the right to ge the totality line native dealer.Check it the end from within b4 putting new pcv vlave ~ above make certain it is ok.Mine to be crumbling right into pieces and also thats not an excellent to gain sucked into intake..

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