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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-11-2014, 01:47 PM Thread Starter
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PCV Valve

Any idea is these are hand tightened??? What would be the best way to remove this valve...I got a 34mm nut socket but it doesn't look like there's enough room for a fit.

Cresent wrench, socket, or just pure man strength twisting by hand??

Any tricks for taking the hose off? Mine wouldnt budge one bit after I took the clamp off.
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which motor is that ? on my 06 hemi I just used some pliers and turned it

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Can you take a pic further away, where exactly is this valve I hav enot seen it on my jeep and I am sure I need to replace mine as well.

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On the 3.7l, the pcv is located on the oil fill neck. Its a 1/4 turn and pull to remove.


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Almost looks like a 4.7 liter. Am I correct? I just used what ever I could fit in there and tightened it the best I could. I couldn't get the socket in there due to the wiring harness. Definitely tighten it more than hand right though.




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