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What is this and what does it do to?

So guys there is a hose coming off of this not sure what it is or where its suppose to go. But it goes down under my truck and isn's connected to anything. Something tells me this isn't right. Sorry the pics arnt the best I was in a hurry.
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2002 F250
5in turbo back mbrp exhaust
k&n cold air intake
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post #2 of 5 Old 11-23-2010, 01:49 PM
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That is your crank case vent tube, looks like the po routed it under the truck. I did the same thing to mine. It helps eliminate the oily residue on the cac boots.


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Well the only problem I'm having is its now dropping the oil residue on my driveway.

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I understand...There is a kit you can buy that has a catch can so you dont have that...I can look it up for you. Or you could do like I did and get a longer piece of hose and have it route over the brake resi so the oil stays inside the engine. I havent had a problem with mine for over 20k. Its just now starting to leak a bit at the hose clamp.

Also just noticed you're from Olathe, come on over to the KS members area and say hi.

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http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/per...6-ccv-mod.html

Here's a link to NCHornet, he made a CCV mod with a catch can that I hear good things about. His info is in the first post and he can give you info if you want to go that route.


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