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Old 07-19-2012, 07:57 AM
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It's a possibility, alright. If I recall correctly, I bought a new breather element at Auto Zone last year, and ended up just using the actual filter from the new one. But it included that clip, along with the plastic housing and the filter.
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LMC has the piece I believe. I know it has been next to impossible for me to find the elbow for the Oil Cap, even harder to find the other piece that goes into the metal clip. I have to double check but I believe I saw both pieces and a hose in the lmc catalog. Granted its not the one you're looking for but perhaps they have the one you need.
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Yes, I know...its an old thread, Has anyone found the plastic elbow (that's not retained by the clip)??
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The elbow that connects to the air cleaner and sort of twists on, or the elbow coming out of the valve cover?
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The elbow that connects to the air cleaner and sort of twists on, or the elbow coming out of the valve cover?
Yes, the twist on elbow that goes into the air cleaner.
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Pretty sure this info was given in the early part of this thread:

384411-S Breather Elbow

A quick google of that part shows lots of sources for it
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Yes, I know...its an old thread, Has anyone found the plastic elbow (that's not retained by the clip)??
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Is 384411-S Breather Elbow...the twist on elbow (doing a Google Search, it looks a bit different then mine??
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Yes. That's the part that connects to the air cleaner with the clip. Go back in the thread and look for NumberDummy's post
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So, it twists in and also secures w/a clip...mine had a run in with a header LOL
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Is 384411-S Breather Elbow...the twist on elbow (doing a Google Search, it looks a bit different then mine??
Look at pic again, there are two different numbers shown for this elbow, 384411-S & 9E606.

When the elbow is looked up in the text section of the catalog for 1985, says:

E5UZ-9E606-A .. 3/4" x 90 degree Elbow.

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E6FZ-9E606-A .. Straight 3/4" Elbow.

Applications: 1985/89 F150/350, Bronco & Econoline I-6 & V8's.

Both of these elbows are retained to the air cleaner by D1AZ-9E628-B .. Clip that also retains the 9D695 crankcase filter.
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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.

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Here are some photos of the part you are looking for, but in the big picture you really don't need it as it will not solve the problem of oil in the bottom of the air cleaner. I had to go to a hose in a plastic bottle with a rag wrapped around the top of the bottle. 10,000 miles later I change the rings and this did fix the excessive blow by problem.
Point is ... with to much blow by from worn rings will just push air/oil out both ends of the PCV system.
You can read my older posts for more info.
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I don't have oil per se in the oil cleaner. I just want to hook everything back up.
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I don't have oil per se in the oil cleaner. I just want to hook everything back up.
This is what happens when you another members thread...instead of typing a new thread for your problem.

Post # 57 refers to the original topic, a 302 V8, not the 300 I-6 (4.9L) your truck has.
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