HOW DO I REPLACE MY PCV, CRANKCASE VENT HOSE AND CONNECTOR?
2002 Ford Ranger • 168,000 miles
I have a 2002 Ford Ranger and I recently purchased part #2L5Z-6c324-CA from the dealership, to replace the PCV and it's hose/connector. The reason I need to replace the whole thing is because the tubing was colapsing, resulting in a failure to pass my recent SMOG inspection. The problem is that the tubing goes into the valve cover, about a foot or so? So, there isn't enough room at the back of the engine (firewall) to simply slide the whole thing out.
For what liter engine-you probably have to remove the valve cover to completely replace it-
It's a 3.0L Ford Ranger Edge
Sorry-no information on removal of tubing on 3.0 or 4.0 engines
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