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What is the thing on the engine that if you disconnect it you hear a sucking sound?


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2005-06-22 02:33:19
2005-06-22 02:33:19

A little more description would be nice.. I'm going to go out on a limb and say it's one of the many vacuum hoses attached to the engine. I believe it could be the PCV (positive crankcase valve).


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