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OK, first off, How do I get the stock one off to turn it around? I saw the phillips looking heads on top, but I could not get them to budge. Second can I just run a hose straight out to the back? I know to run it over the brake booster ect.. I just dont want to cruise around smelling like oil all the time, or leave a drip everywhere. Also, when I pulled my intake off fom the turbo last, there was about a teaspoon of oil sitting in the entrance of the turbo. My truck has 229K on it, and I am sure the intercooler is very dirty which I am going to remove and clean out it and the tubes and get new boots once I figure out the CCV stuff.
Any info is appreciated.
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When you do get the breather off and go to turn around, you will discover the diamond shaped O-rings between the brether and valve cover are swollen and now too large in diamter to re-install properly. So you will need two of them. I have two part numbers for you F4TZ-6769-A & F4TZ-6769-C...one of these is the mentioned _oring and one is a small balck O-ring that seals the philips head screw to the breather. I can't remember which is which. Btw, I have my hose venting back near the fuel tank and not a drop of oil has come out. I do get plenty of vapor though. I think liquid oil tends to come out when hooked up via vacuum like originally. Since it's vented to atmosphere now, liquid oil tends to stay in the valve cover. The climb the oil would have to go through over the brake booster probably helps too.