The hoses connected to and from heated PCV going into that round thing on my plenum is what I need help with. (Actually both things).I actually can't remember if heater was working or not but I will start from beginning and please tell me what you think.
My truck was losing a lot of water turned out to be one of my freeze plugs (driver side) so I replaced it, stopped leaking. But while doing so I noticed that the inside of the block was real rusty with a lot of rusty stuff so I thought I better take to a shop and get a professional flush of the whole system so that's what I did. $175.00 later I drove home from shop truck running terrible. So once I got home I looked at my coolant in my reservoir and it was green, looked at my receipt from shop and they stated that they had flushed all old out and filled with gold. I immediately called them mad as can be. Next day went back down there telling them they need to get that gold out of my truck and that they did not do anything except ruin my engine by mixing the two together. They basically said too bad, and would not fix it. From then on my truck began leaking a lot be of big puddle of green, green antifreeze, yet would not get hot at all. So took it in to someone else to put in new water pump he said need to bypass heater core and cut off the 2 big heater hoses coming out of fire wall and looped them together. No more leaks. Now we got other problems. I took off plenum and changed out fuel injectors and put back together (possibly hooking those hoses wrong) I noticed the wires on my connector to my coolant temperature sensor were bare so decided to replace the whole sensor (underneath the truck) and accidentally broke the sensor off inside the motor. The truck is running extremely bad, very loud noises, no power, shaking, even when I make a turn I hear a loud grinding sound. Well I looked at it and that's when I removed that hose and water coming out of it. ( The thing you have circled in first picture top hose)
Friday, February 28th, 2020 AT 6:59 PM