The PCV (positive crankcase ventilation) valve is part of the positive crankcase ventilation system, which reroutes crankcase blow-by to the intake manifold and back to the engine, where it's re-burned in the cylinders as part of the fuel/air mixture. This cuts emission pollution and increases fuel economy because unburned fuel in the blow-by is consumed the second time around. It also keeps the blow-by and water vapor from fouling the oil in the crankcase, thus reducing the formation of engine sludge.
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It has a 3-9, V-6 motor, BBK cold air induction, prediator chip, Ford 3.73 racing Gears, Lots of chrome under the hood,Has a Calif Tonneau cover over the rear seats to give it the roa...