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3/03/2004
17:27:38

Subject: PCV Valve on 4.7L
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I have had the same check engine light come on about 4 times in the last two weeks. It is a small emissions leak. Does anyone know if this is actually the PCV valve? The truck just rolled over to 30k miles a week ago.

I went to Dodge and purchased a PCV valve and they wanted $40 just to install a little valve. I have done them on my other trucks before, but I can not for the life of me find the PCV valve on this one.

Can anyone help me with this? A picture or good instructions would be great. Thanks. Any other ideas as to the problem would be great too.

Thanks guy!



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3/03/2004
17:34:31

RE: PCV Valve on 4.7L
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Not just a bad gas cap????? I replaced mine no probs since....



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3/03/2004
17:39:09

RE: PCV Valve on 4.7L
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I will check the gas cap. Do I need to get it from the dealer as well, or is it something I can get at an autoparts store?



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3/03/2004
18:46:52

RE: PCV Valve on 4.7L
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2000qcsport,PCV is attached to plastic oil fill.
Type in search "PO 442",that should answer your leak question.Highly doubtful it`s related to PCV. Type"PCV"in search too. Good luck.



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3/03/2004
18:49:12

RE: PCV Valve on 4.7L
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type in "po442", no spaces.



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3/04/2004
21:39:25

RE: PCV Valve on 4.7L
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Its qa bad gas cap had same problem, dealer fixed under war, since it went bad at 2,200 miles



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3/05/2004
00:42:04

RE: PCV Valve on 4.7L
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Gas cap indeed, same with mine. 12 bucks at the dealership parts counter for a new cap.

PCV valve is located on the side of the oil filler cap piece, it's where the tube "screws" into the side of it.



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