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Old 04-24-2011, 04:52 PM
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Galendor... do you have a Part number for the Fram replacement you found? Can this be taken apart to clean or replace the air filter inside the round black part that has "ford" in the middle. I have looked on line for hours trying to find this part.
Today I am replacing my PCV valve due to oil in the bottom of the air cleaner an would like to replace the inlet air cleaner part of the PCV system as well as I am sure it is oil soaked. I am just no really sure what is inside the part, it might just be a plastic screen.
Here are some photo of my PCV system.
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Hi Jim, yes the part number is Fram BA6592. It looks exactly like the Ford part you photographed above (minus the Ford logo, of course). You should be able to buy it on Amazon.com, for example. I know what you mean, I looked forever before finding this part! It isn't made to be taken apart, it has a filter inside it just like your Ford part does.
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This is what I found for a 1985 302-V8 with Carbed engine, which is what is pictured above...

Crankcase Breather Filter ASSEMBLY: Motorcraft:# FA-675, Ford:# D8AZ-9D695-A: Avaliable
The foam filter (9D697) that fits inside the 9D695 housing & filter assy is available by itself, so there's no need to replace the whole tamale.

D8AZ-9D697-A .. Crankcase Ventilation Filter / Motorcraft FA-678 / MSRP: $1.79.

Crankcase ventalation Connector Elbow: Hose to Oil Filler Cap: C8AZ-6767-B (replaced C8AZ-6767-A): MSRP: $10.99

Crankcase Ventalation Grommet: Connector Elbow to oil Filler cap: C8AZ-6A892-C (replaced C8AZ-6A892-A) = Obsolete See below...

PCV Valve Grommet: PCV Valve to Valve Cover: E7AZ-6A892-A (replaced E5TZ-6A892-B) MSRP: $4.05

I could not find the elbow or the clip from the Hose to the Crankcase Breather filter at all.
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384411-S .. Elbow-Crankcase Ventilation Filter / Available from Ford.

MSRP: $7.57 // FTE sponsor PARTSGUYED.COM price: $4.54.
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D1AZ-9E628-B (replaced D1AZ-9E628-A) .. Clip-Retains elbow to filter and filter to air cleaner.

Ford just obsoleted this part, but...it's EZ to find in junkyards, cuz it was used from 1971 into the 1990's on almost everything!

And, there are 100's still available from Ford Dealers/obsolete parts vendors, for examples:

PARTS INTERNATIONAL in Farmers Branch TX has 50 = 888-727-0418.

GREEN SALES CO. in Cincinnati OH has 132 = 800-543-4959.
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C8AZ-6A892-C (replaced C8AZ-6A892-C) .. Grommet / Obsolete

PARTS INTERNATIONAL has 38.

GREEN SALES CO. has 71.
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Type the available part numbers into Ed's website to get the discount price.
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Hi Jim, yes the part number is Fram BA6592. It looks exactly like the Ford part you photographed above (minus the Ford logo, of course). You should be able to buy it on Amazon.com, for example. I know what you mean, I looked forever before finding this part! It isn't made to be taken apart, it has a filter inside it just like your Ford part does.


Thanks Galendor
The Ford P/N on my part is E5TE 6A768 AC

Today I changed out the PVC valve, check and/or cleaned hoses, washed out the crankcase breather filter with gas and reinstalled it. I am hoping this will get ride of the oil in the bottom of the air cleaner assy.
I did find the fram P/N on rockauto.com with the following info
The Fram web site did have more cross referenced P/Nís

FRAM Part # BA6592
Hastings CB36
Purolator B23165
Wix 66501
Car care BF6592

MOTORCRAFT Part # FA1118
STANDARD MOTOR PRODUCTS Part # BF27
F1BZ6A768A and E7TZ9D695A is another ford P/N that might also work, not really sure.

I plan on trying to get one locally if I can.
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Thanks Bill for the corrections and parts number updates.

Jim you beat me to the cross references, It says it fits 1990 and newer F-series and Econoline, so no wonder you were having problems finding it.
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The Ford P/N on my part is E5TE 6A768 AC
FYI: E5TE-6A758-AC is not a Ford part number, it's an ID engineering number.

Ford part numbers have a Z as the 4th digit of the prefix.

There are no Ford part numbers marked on any parts after 1956, just casting and ID engineering numbers (if applicable).
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Thanks Galendor
The Ford P/N on my part is E5TE 6A768 AC

Today I changed out the PVC valve, check and/or cleaned hoses, washed out the crankcase breather filter with gas and reinstalled it. I am hoping this will get ride of the oil in the bottom of the air cleaner assy.
I did find the fram P/N on rockauto.com with the following info
The Fram web site did have more cross referenced P/Nís

FRAM Part # BA6592
Hastings CB36
Purolator B23165
Wix 66501
Car care BF6592

MOTORCRAFT Part # FA1118
STANDARD MOTOR PRODUCTS Part # BF27
F1BZ6A768A and E7TZ9D695A is another ford P/N that might also work, not really sure.

I plan on trying to get one locally if I can.
Jim
Thanks Jim and everyone, its nice to have these part numbers! Jim, I'm curious, does your PCV setup also have a small filter mounted inside the air cleaner housing? Mine does not.
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Thanks Jim and everyone, its nice to have these part numbers! Jim, I'm curious, does your PCV setup also have a small filter mounted inside the air cleaner housing? Mine does not.
No PCV filter on the air cleaner, the hose just draws unfilter air.
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No PCV filter on the air cleaner, the hose just draws unfilter air.
Yep, same as mine.
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Hate to kick a dead horse but, here goes.
Galendor did you find the replacement elbow that kind of twist locks into the air cleaner? Mine is kind of worn out? Or the filter cap and grommet that goes into the valve cover?

I'm in the process of rebuilding my PCV system right now, along with a few other things, and can's find any of the parts. Everyone want to sell me the other kind that has the filter in the air cleaner.
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Hate to kick a dead horse but, here goes.
Galendor did you find the replacement elbow that kind of twist locks into the air cleaner? Mine is kind of worn out? Or the filter cap and grommet that goes into the valve cover?

I'm in the process of rebuilding my PCV system right now, along with a few other things, and can's find any of the parts. Everyone want to sell me the other kind that has the filter in the air cleaner.
I have never found the replacement black plastic elbow that kind of twist locks into the air cleaner, but I know *exactly* what part you are refering to. I would like to have a new one too.

The filter cap that goes into the valve cover - that is available as Fram BA6592 (I know this one fits) or MOTORCRAFT Part # FA1118 (looks like it would probably fit).

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As for the grommet, I think I just bought this based on visual estimation of proper size at the parts store, and got lucky...
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Thanks man.

I've been to every parts store in town, and looking on the net with no luck. My elbow is usable just getting worn bad so the cap and grommet will get me going.

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That sure looks like it but kind of hard to tell from the picture. Should have 2 little numb that go into the air cleaner and the elbow turns about 1/8 turn to lock in.
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Sorry, no nubs on this spare. It's just like mine - it snaps straight into the prongs on the retaining clip, which clip in turn holds the breather element inside the air cleaner.
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Sorry, no nubs on this spare. It's just like mine - it snaps straight into the prongs on the retaining clip, which clip in turn holds the breather element inside the air cleaner.
Thanks WilleyJoe, but that isn't the same part as Kedwihn and I are talking about, although it occupies exacly the same physical position in the side of the air cleaner housing. Our type of little plastic elbow is not retained by a metal clip, and is not attached to a breather element inside the air cleaner.

But I think a snap-in, clip-retained elbow like what you showed could be modified to work with our type of valve-cover mounted breather filter cap.
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