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Friend called me today and hes been working on this car dont know make or model it has the ford 3.8 liter and had the upper intake off of motor and he thinks the pcv valve may have fell into the intake so he says he could not find the old when going back together with car and just bought new one so the car runs but has slight poppin noise while accelerating so what damage could this do or has it done so far and also can he just pull the upper intake back off and get it out.

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IF YOU DROP ANYTHING DOWN THE INTAKE.YOU NEED TO REMOVE INTAKE AND GET IT OUT OR YOU GOING TO HAVE A DAMAGE VALVE WHEN IT GET JAMMED BETWEEN IT.

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