Question about Mercury Montego
Go to a parts store website and find the part, there will be a picture. now bearing in mind that the small top of it connects into a vacuum hose and the big **** end of it plugs into a gromment on a valve cover, go and look closely at your valve cover(s). it will be in one of them. if the car is so old that it could be bad, buy a new grommet and vacuum hose at the parts store where you buy the PCV valve and replace them too. you will need a sharp small blade and needle nose pliers to get the old grommet out, do not just shove it down inside the valve cover.
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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