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CCV OEM Part Number

Anyone have the OEM part number for the CCV hose from the valve cover to the intake? Or know an online resource to lookup the part number?

And while I'm at it, is there a CCV valve that should be replaced?

I did the CCV mod a while back, and now I can't stand the fumes, and it's also embarrassing.

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Anyone have the OEM part number for the CCV hose from the valve cover to the intake? Or know an online resource to lookup the part number?

And while I'm at it, is there a CCV valve that should be replaced?

I did the CCV mod a while back, and now I can't stand the fumes, and it's also embarrassing.

Thanks.
No valve or anything..

And honestly if you dont wanna deal with it, NChornet makes a kit that will keep the oil out of your intake but let it vent into the intake still, its a filter setup... anyway where is your hose vented?? I ran mine all the way back by the fuel tank, i RARELY get a whiff of it even, and its not that noticeable unless im idling in a drive thru, lol.
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I 2nd that. get the kit from nchornet & never worry about it.
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Thanks for the NChornet alternative. I haven't been able to justify the $100 price.
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here is a bunch of info Crankcase Ventilation Mod
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Thanks for the NChornet alternative. I haven't been able to justify the $100 price.
$100 is allot better then blowing CAC boots off, and your truck won't look like it's on fire.
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