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Old 02-23-2008, 05:25 PM
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ccv mod/o-rings part#

Anybody know the part number for the 2 o-rings under the doghouse. I was doing my ccv mod tonite and they were bad so I have to finish it tomorrow after i get some more o-rings. If anyone knows the napa/checker part number that would be awesome too, thats were i will be going since ford is closed. thanks
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Not real sure what o rings you're talking about? And I've done several CCV mods...
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i lost one of mine and just took the whole thing with me to kragen and found the best fitting one, if i go out to the garage ill see if i see the bag they came in for the part number.
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i got em here

Replacement O-rings for Diesel Engines

along with a few other ones (turbo, HPOP and CPS)
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I just did mine yesterday. Had the same problem. Ford said they are glued to the unit and you have to buy the unit. I thought that was BS but anyway I found two bigger orings, cut then to fit, glued the ends toghther and to my suprise it worked. Didn`t know about this site though.
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Not real sure what o rings you're talking about? And I've done several CCV mods...

There the ones underneath the doghouse. There are 2 holes in between the doghouse and the valve cover. The 2 o-rings that are for those 2 holes, they are beveled if that helps.
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There the ones underneath the doghouse. There are 2 holes in between the doghouse and the valve cover. The 2 o-rings that are for those 2 holes, they are beveled if that helps.
Tubular 031 just posted a link for you. They have them $3.50 Cheap enough. The bevil goes upward I believe.
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yep dieselorings.com thats where i get all my rings cheap and fast shipping and they get you the viton ones order from there drive on the bad ones till the new ones show up ive made 3 orders from them all 3 were here in 2 days your gettin regular rubber ones at napa
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heck order all the prone to failer ones while your at it to so youll have em on hand thats what i did on my last order
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Are you guys talking about the actual ccv which has the L shaped heater hose coming out of it?
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