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Old 08-05-2011, 03:18 PM
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how do i remove my PCV valve? pics inside

i want to install a new PCV valve but i have no idea how to remove it from the valve cover. truck is a 2004 with a 5.4
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i got the hard line off the top, i removed the green piece and it pulls right off but how do you remove the valve from the valve cover?
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I believe its a quarter turn then pull.
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^You will have to give it a good pull it's kinda snapped in^
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thanks guys i tried to remove it yesterday but i didnt know how and i didnt want to break it. Another question i went to my mom and pop auto store today and he tried looking up a new valve and he gave me this little metal ball valve thing from Fram that wasnt right, he saidif i could get a part number he could get it for me by tomorrow morning. does anyone have a Fram or another aftermarket part number?
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this is the one he had, this is also the only one that advanced auto and pep boys try to sell me? This is not the correct one is the plastic OEM one only available from the dealer? or is this the right oneand im not looking at the right thing?
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The 04's use a different PCV valve design. My dads 03' takes a valve similar to the one you link. It just pushed into the PCV hose and slid into a grommet on the valve cover.

You need this one. More Information for MOTORCRAFT EV269
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thats it DKF, thank you. is that a OEM only part? orcan i get it anywhere?
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Looks like they are made by aftermarket companies also. (Rock auto lists an aftermarket)
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The one dkf listed is correct I would be hesitant using aftermarket I tried 1 on my wifes expedition and was constantly getting bank lean codes and fluctuating idle, I finally chased it down to that stupid aftermarket PCV put on a MOTORCRAFT and problem went away. That was 2years ago maybe it's worked out by now, but I'll keep with OEM from now on.
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parts guy ed has it for 25 bucks, ill call the ford dealer monday and see what they want. probally morelike 45 bucks from them
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Ed's price is gonna be 40% less than dealer IIRC.
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parts guy ed has it for 25 bucks, ill call the ford dealer monday and see what they want. probally morelike 45 bucks from them
Rockauto has the Motorcraft PCV valve for $12.27 and shipping is $2.83 to my house.

MOTORCRAFT Part # EV269 {#4L2Z6A666BA}
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I think Ed's is going to have the hose to the back of the intake manifold with the rubber elbow on it! If it does you should definatlel get it that hose and elbow have a tendency to dry roy IMHO
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The PCV hose on the 04' is completely different than the earlier models. Replacing the hose just because is a complete waste.
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