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Emissions help

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by Mainer7, Oct 27, 2003.

  1. Mainer7

    Mainer7

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    Hello, I just took off some smog eqpt. to prepare for a header/manifold swap and I have a few "loose ends." First is the hose that connects the Positive crankcase valve to the EGR assembly. I removed the whole EGR assembly and now that hose has nothing to connect to. Did I take off too much? Any suggestions in this matter would be great! I'm still in the process of capping and plugging the vacuum lines, etc but am having a tough time reading the schematic diagrams. :-[

    Thanks very much!
     
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    PCV is usually hooked up to manifold vacuum. Looks like it connects to the carb end of your EGR in the picture. If so, the easy thing to do is put it back on and leave the vacuum line off of the EGR actuator.
     
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    Thanks Pin_Head

    I'll put it back on. I got over-excited taking that stuff off, I guess!
     
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