You can patch it onto the pipes you use to mate the intake hoses to the filter, or just leave it next to the filter. Be creative. BTW I am assuming you are talking about the vent line coming off the filler neck on the driver's side valve cover.
I'm pretty certain thats just part of the egr system, PCV Breather tube i think it's called. Mine started spewing oil and ruining air filters, so i stuck an old school valve cover breather on top of the valve that line came out of and swithced to a K&N:shrug
i seem to recall there being a small port on the K&N filter itself for just this purpose. you should just be able to plug the breather hose into the filter. if not a breather filter would probably be fine too.
I did the tailgate rewire by eighty5eddie after I replaced the tailgate and fixed the wiring debacle the PO left. Now the dash switch works and the key switch works. However when it is all the way up I am not able to get it down and have to use a suction cup to get it down until it is more near...
Don't consider myself old, but I've always found it a royal pain to get in and out of the back of my Bronco..Not sure how high the tailgate is but loading or unloading anything where you have to get in the back is a chore, so I purchased this..
It's your typical Chi-com stuff...
My 86 full size Bronco is grinding in reverse and park slips. This only occurs in 2wd, 4hi. 4low is fine. I believe that the problem is my t-case. My truck has been sitting for awhile due to the driver side front wheel spacer breaking which cause me to dig the front end in the ground. Impact was...
I assume I need a rack that isn’t bolted directly to the fiber glass top for more support. I’ve seen some old ones that seem to rest on top of the truck bed rails sandwiched between the top and bed rails. This seems stronger. Any ideas?
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