Question about 2000 Chevrolet Tracker
The full part number seems to be 64BOO OAF or it may be 64B00 OAF
Probably a factory installed PCV valve. I changed mine awhile ago and it has a similar part number, except the last 3 digits are OJ6. Mine also had the spray of oil around where it mounted in the intake manifold. It may have gone bad like ours and needs replaced. It's very easy and the part is very cheap. Wouldn't hurt to replace, or at least spray out the hose with some carb cleaner too. Do that and you should get another 100k or about 15years out of it like ours when we replaced it.
Posted on Jun 18, 2016
It looks like an oxygen sensor.... but being in the intake, it's going to relate to your emission system. I found a link and I hops this helps you.
You can click the image to enlarge and see if it's the same part.
You can also try removing the one on your intake and wrapping some teflon tape around the threads and resealing it.
Posted on Jan 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have an heated Oxygen sensor. 2 of the wires heat up the sensor and keep it at a certain temperature, it is turned on and off by the computer. The other 2 are use to send a very low voltage reading back to the computer to tell the computer if the engine is running rich or lean. I don't have a diagram to tell you which wire does what but you can get a manual and that should give you the information that you need and tell you how to trouble shoot it to tell if the sensor is bad or not, you may want to look for a wire laying on the exhaust, I have found wires burnt and lay on the metal.
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
SOURCE: Fluid Capacity for Transmission
Hello paige farrar: Depending on the transmission the fluid and capacity is as follows. Automatic to drain and refill using Dexron type 3 fluid. Is 2.46 us quarts of oil. On a overhaul the amount is 7.3 us quarts. If you have a standard transmission the fluid to use is GL 4 gear oil. Should hold 2.64 us quarts of oil. Thank You for using FixYa. If you need further assistance please just ask. Roger
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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