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04 Durango 4.7 pvc port back side of intake location?

Vacation line disconnected going to pvc

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SOURCE: 04 Durango 4.7 pvc line is disconnected on intake where does it hook up on engine

Not sure about the pvc line and not even sure about the pcv (positive crankcase ventilation) line on your car but generally there is a connection made at the top of the engine, usually at a cam cover. Often there are two - a large half inch or five eighths inch spigot intended to be connected to the air cleaner housing or intake trunking and a second spigot of around three-eigths inch connecting via a restrictor to usually near the middle of the intake manifold. The restrictor is often just a small drilling in the manifold of about 5/64 inch that usually needs cleaning during maintenance.

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04 Durango 4.7 pvc line is disconnected on intake where does it hook up on engine


Not sure about the pvc line and not even sure about the pcv (positive crankcase ventilation) line on your car but generally there is a connection made at the top of the engine, usually at a cam cover. Often there are two - a large half inch or five eighths inch spigot intended to be connected to the air cleaner housing or intake trunking and a second spigot of around three-eigths inch connecting via a restrictor to usually near the middle of the intake manifold. The restrictor is often just a small drilling in the manifold of about 5/64 inch that usually needs cleaning during maintenance.

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Intake manifold


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Location of low side a/c service port


The low side port is located in the low pressure side of the AC system, this is the larger of the two lines comming from the compressor.

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How do u remove the starter on a 1997 oldsmobile Aurora


1: Open hood and remove plastic heat/noise shield from top of motor (4 plastic nuts)
2: On the passenger side of the engine, near the front valve cover, you will see a small box labeled "Battery +" in red letters. Pop that cover. This is the lead to the starter. If you don't want to have to pull the backseat for the battery just remove the nut and pull this wire.
3: Remove the silencer and intake tube from the airbox (the box itself can remain).
4: Label and remove the 4 front spark plug wires. I lay them down on the hood and hold them with the wiper.
5: Disconnect the TPS sensor (side of TB, away from passenger compartment)
6: Disconnect wiring to the Idle Air Motor (96-99 have it in the TB, different wire).
7: Disconnect the wiring look for the Fuel Injectors, it's down and slightly rear of the TB itself, large round plug.
8: Disconnect the fuel lines at the firewall. You can leave them on the fuel rail.
9: Undo coolant line from underneath the TB (spring clamp) Pull off and let drain out while you work.
10: Remove all vacuum lines from TB (one large on the side, 2 small up top, 1 or 2 more i forget).
11: Now is a good time to check the vacuum port on top of the TB. It just unclips. Mine had several cracks in it.
12: Remove EGR pipe from side of TB. It bends out of your way, but go easy on it.
13: NOW check to make sure all your vacuum lines and wiring it out of the way and not going to fight you as you move the intake out of the way.
14: If you havn't already, remove the 4 studs that are the supports for both the top cover, and the hold downs for the fuel rail.
15: Remove bolts for the intake. 10mm. I believe there is 4 of them per side. I know if you have had the fuel recall done that they re-locate the FPR to the front. Right over a bolt. Just use a short open-end wrench and you'll be fine. They're not tight.
16: Some of the bolts will come out, some may not. I had 2 or 3 that wouldn't come. That's fine just make sure you have them completely backed out.
17: This part is probably easiest with two people, but one should be able do it with not to much trouble. Grab the TB mouth and the end of the intake (where the pressure-relief door is) and lift straight up. The whole unit should come up.
18: Rotate the whole thing counter-clockwise. That's with the TB facing the passenger compartment and the pressure-door facing the front.
19: If you're like me, there will be tons of leaves and stuff down there, take this opportunity to vacuum it out. Also if you feel compelled, you could clean all the intake ports too. Take rags or paper towels or tape or SOMETHING and put it over the intake ports, don't want anything down there.
20: Remove the starter with the wires still attached, this is why you removed that B+ lead before hand, RIIIGHT? It's two 10mm bolts, plainly obvious. There isn't any hidden or anything.
21: Pull the starter back and up, and rest it on the valve cover. Use a 14mm socket for the main lead and a 8mm for the trigger lead.
22: Put the wires on the new starter first, then place it back into the car.
23: Installation is reverse of removal! Also, check to see how your intake gaskets are. Mine were OK, but it might be a good idea to replace them. I know there was a marking on manifold saying it was replaced at 14k miles.

I hope this helps, i know the dealer will want at least $500 to do this job, plus the starter.

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This car has a coil pack. All six spark plug wires connect into it. It is located behind the air intake maifold. To get to it: (what I did)
1 Disconnect wires and hoses around the air intake area. Start at the air filter and go along to the air manifold. Loosen clamps at filter.
2. Loosen the clamp and remove the air intake hose. It justs comes loose. I left it in.
3. Disconnect the air valve (has butterfly valve). I forget the proper term. Just move aside.
4. Finish disconnecting hoses, i.e. pvc, EGR vacuum.
5. Remove the two nuts that hold the EGR valve to the pipe. Leave EGR attached to air manifold.
6. Remove the eight bolts that hold the air manifold.
7. Final check for anything still attached. Remove if needed.
8. Remove air manifold. You are exposing the air ways into your engine. Cover or stuff w/ paper towels to prevent getting contamination.
9. Now you have access to the coil pack. Three bolts.

If you have not replaced the plugs or wires, NOW is the GOLDEN time. WHILE YOUR in there.
Whether new wires or old, watch the transfer to keep in proper sequence.
Reverse order to put back. Use a bolt tightening pattern that pulls the manifold down evenly.
You may need a new gasket on the EGR connection.
Good Luck.

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2001 navigator jerked and cut outon me while sitting at a light. what could this be?


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