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03 F150 4.2L V6 PCV Valve WITH PICTURES

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Old 01-16-2013, 10:17 PM
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03 F150 4.2L V6 PCV Valve WITH PICTURES

I only registered for the forum so that I could make a thread with detailed pictures of where the PCV valve is on an 03 F150 V6. I recently couldn't find mine and noticed that no one ever puts up pictures. What a pain for those that are searching.

It is on the passeger side of the INTAKE MANIFOLD. IT IS NOT ON THE VALVE COVER LIKE I HAVE SEEN STATED IN 99% of the threads over the matter.Here it is with 1 of the three hoses disconnected.

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And here it is with 2 hoses disconnected. The 2 small hoses are heater hoses. The big hose is the actual pressure release tube that goes down to the valve cover.

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Here are all three hoses taken off. You will need a T-20 torq bit to take it out of the intake.

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Here is it completely removed.

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And the notorious little baby removed.

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I noticed, after 125,000 miles with no problems, a mysterious oil depletion problem. As you can tell by this picture:

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It looks like my PCV valve was stuck open causing oil to flow into the intake. THe mystery of the F150 PCV valve SOLVED!
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Old 01-16-2013, 10:59 PM
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Good pics. thanks
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Old 03-31-2014, 07:47 PM
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This might be a little old but I have to ask,

The big hose that goes back to the valve cover. Do you think that it would be a good idea to put some clamps on both ends of the elbow? Mine slides off with little effort.
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