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Please help need to change my oil!!

I just got a 1984 f-150, I cannot find the oil fill cap/ where to put oil in this. I just rebuilt a ranger w/ 2.3 but I am stumped.

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Older vehicles usually do not have an actual oil cap. They have a PCV Valve. It is usually round and will have a 1/2" hose recirculating vapors. If you turn this about 90-180 degrees it will come off. This is where the oil goes...

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