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Mitsubishi shogun 2.5td crankcase ventilation system

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SOURCE: positive crankcase ventilation system

If built like most, the valve cover will have a fitting with a fairly large hose leading away from it.
The PCV valve (Positive Crankcase Ventilation) is found in this line.

This allows fumes forming within the engine oilways sometimes pushed out by minor blowby of the cylinders to be routed back to the air intake so they combust in the engine instead of being vented into the air, something we didn't worry about 50 years ago.

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You can use a Carburetor spacer with a port built in (holley - edelbrock) see Summit racing / Jegs , you can then run this port into -- thru a PVC valve into the valve cover, this is a better way to vent the crankcase anyway, (only not org. for that year).

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