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Can anyone help me. I need to re-route my crankcase vent or pcv valve to a remote can, which I already have. I have not yet looked for the valve, but would love to see if anyone knows exactly where it is before I start looking. The reason for this is that when I changed my stock intercooler to the Banks technicooler, I noticed oil in the boost tubes. I was told from a very reputable person, my brother, that this is due to the crankcase being vented back to the intake manifold and that the oil is obviously bad for the entire intake system, particularly the boost tobes and intercooler. After all, who wants oil coating their intercooler. ANyway, I have the remote can to vent it to the can, which collects the oil and vents the gases back to the manifold. Does anyone know where the PCV valve is located (or PVC)??? Thanks. 2006 Ford 6.0 Diesel. Michael.
you're asking about the ccv mod. try starting a new thread and you'll get plenty of info. I was gonna do it, but Marc said it wasn't really necessary unless I was dealing with my cac tube blowing off. Which it hasn't. good luck man.
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