Question about 1999 Chevrolet Blazer
ON THE INTAKE MANIFOLD OF MY 2000 CHEVY BLAZER WITH A 4.3 L V-6 RIGHT IN FRONT OF WHERE THE AIR FILTER CONNECTS IN THE CENTER i HAD SOMETHING BLOW OUT . I'M THINKING IT'S THE PCV VALVE, BUT I'M NOT SURE. IT HAS A RUBBER HOSE CONNECTED TO IT. LOOKING AT THE MOTOR FROM THE FRONT IT IS TO THE RIGHT FRONT SIDE. CAN YOU SHOW ME A DIAGRAM OR DO YOU KNOW WHAT IT IS?
"blew out" is a bit dramatic...If it's a pcv hose it should have a ton of suction at the open end or where it had been attached.Also with that hose detached, your engine won't run at idle very well or at all. Most often, any hose that becomes disconnected stays pretty close to where it's supposed to be attached. Simply look for a clean attachment nipple near where you found the hose and put it back there.
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