Want to prevent oil sludge buildup in your 1999-2004 Mustang Cobra? Add this JLT oil separator to your 4.6L 4v motor to catch blowby from entering your intake! Oil separators are mounted in your PCV line to catch oil vapors that are released when crankcase pressure is vented. This keeps your intake, and supercharger components free of sludge, and provides you with a cleaner running motor.
Kit includes one oil separator, hoses, and mounting hardware.
JLT performance inc, will repair or replace any part of their product found upon our inspection to be defective in workmanship or material within 1 year from the purchase date for the original purchaser. Air filters will not be accepted for return unless they are still in sealed plastic bag.
JLT has become one of the industry leaders in Mustang & Lightning performance by bringing in some of the highest performance gains with their performance cold air intake systems. By designing and engineering their own products, they have been able to see huge gains in horsepower and torque in developing direct fit air induction kits. Shop Latemodel Restoration for JLT cold air intake kits and oil separators to get the most performance out of your Mustang or Lightning!
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