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Old 10-01-2017, 12:35 AM   #1
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Had my truck a little over a month and this weekend decided to replace vacuum lines thinking that might help with the truck wanting to stall after warm up at lights or with hard braking and sure enough found some lines dry rotted and cracked. I found something along the way I wonder if somebody could help me
I. D. I took it with me to the parts store but they said just put a sponge in it to replace the filter like piece. It is in the air cleaner housing and connects to a hose at the top of the engine. Newbie question Iím sure.







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PCV filter.
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Old 10-01-2017, 01:42 AM   #3
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Should the filter still be available at a parts store? Or did the parts guy hit it right to just use a dense sponges
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It looks more like a dense cotton type filter.
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It looks more like a dense cotton type filter.
It is more like a cigarette filte. Thanks to CadillacDude I.D. Ing it I was able to do a search and it looks like itís no longer available. Gonna try soaking it in some detergent and try to clean it up a bit.
Any idea what I could use if that doesnít work?




pcv filter part 16565W8800 (discontinued)
aiv filter part 1485812G15
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You could try carb cleaner.
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You could try carb cleaner.
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Before and after shot.Not new but as close as I will be able to get. It jus melted away.



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Autozone sells replacement filter that are cut to fit for that and they are only like 3 bucks, look over in the diy off valve section and you will find them, and replace it
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last time i changed mine, i used some bulk AC filter.
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Autozone sells replacement filter that are cut to fit for that and they are only like 3 bucks, look over in the diy off valve section and you will find them, and replace it
I was there and thatís who told me to use a sponge, maybe I need a different AutoZone.
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