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Old 12-12-2012, 08:36 AM
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PCV question

My truck is a 94 F150 5.0 auto, does this engine have the pcv behind the upper intake in the lower intake? Its where a chevrolet distributor would be. I used to mess with 5.0 mustangs back in the day and they had a PCV screen in the intake below the valve that nobody ever changed. They would get stopped up and cause oil leaks which I'm dealing with now.
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Ya, pretty sure it's hooked in the lower back, real PITA to get to.

Come to think, I've had my intake a few times, but can't recall ever removing that screen and cleaning it? Lack of being able to "Breathe" and it would cause leaks everywhere.
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its motorcraft part number FA-1068, I had Napa cross it to a wix filter and it was like 6 bucks. You can clean them but I usually messed them up getting it out. They get real stuck if no one have ever changed it. I usually have to stick a hook pick into it and pull up..
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Update. I got a chance to look at my truck and the PVC is in the right valve cover in the back. The screen I posted is not needed on this truck.
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