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Old 01-26-2011, 06:24 PM
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03 F150 PCV VALVE LOCATION???

Can anyone tell me where this Pcv valve is located. Most answers I'm getting is pass. side valve cover, this is not true UNLESS ford made this thing different.( like no other normal pcv valve) Thank you for help.
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Old 01-27-2011, 10:15 AM
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Which engine do you have?
Some of these trucks use a pcv valve that is very different from what you're used to. It still goes in the valve cover but has a square base and you turn it 1/4 turn to get it out.
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Old 01-27-2011, 10:27 AM
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If not there, follow the hose from the pass side valve cover to where it meets the intake. Some of them are bolted in right there and have coolant hoses connected to them as well.
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i have 4.2 v6
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Well, you figured anything out yet?
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If im not mistaken, thats it in your second and third picture. Should be two bolts or screws on the intake where that hose with the foam insulation and the cooler line go in. Try unbolting that and see if it isnt inside. They look like torx screws from the picture
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I will look and let you know if that is it
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