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Where is the PVC or PVC valve on a 1996 Bronco 5.0?

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2011-10-18 21:09:06
2011-10-18 21:09:06

Look on the passengers side valve cover near the back of the engine. The upper intake manifold hides it from view. Ipf you have never changed the PCV valve before you may want to consider getting the rubber grommet that the valve sits in. Due to the high amounts of heat in that general area that rubber can get very brittle and crack.

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