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Old 02-12-2017, 01:02 PM
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im looking for a replacement part for my engine. I have 302 EFI. Im not sure what the name of the part is but it is a metal tube that goes from the back of the left valve cover to the bottom of the upper intake manifold. Any help on what this part is called or where I could get it would be greatly appreciated.This is where is screws into on the intake
This is where it goes into on the valve cover
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Old 02-12-2017, 07:25 PM
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Fist picture looks like an EGR valve.
Second picture looks like a valve cover with PCV valve sticking up out of it.
Two completely different systems.
Give us some additional information like year, model, engine, trans and any mods.
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Old 02-13-2017, 08:42 PM
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2 different systems as mentioned above. The thing on the valve cover is the PCV valve (Positive crank case ventilation) it should connect somewhere that gets fresh filtered air I believe. The other thing is the EGR valve (exhaust gas re circulation) and it should connect somewhere on the exhaust header.
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OP listed the engine size (302), but failed to mention the year/series of the vehicle. "About Me" profile says 1986 Bronco.
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On my truck when it had the 302, the EGR valve tube connected to the lower intake manifold, but the section it connected to was routed to the exhaust port (EGR port on cylinder heads routed to manifold, then to tube and up to EGR valve.)

I think the PCV valve just gets a large vacuum tube connected to it, but I could be wrong with that specifically.
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