This 1986-1995 Mustang 5.0L PCV valve grommet is a direct replacement for missing or damaged factory grommets. This grommet installs in the back of your intake manifold and hold the PCV valve in place. Over time this grommet can become corroded and fall apart. Get your PCV held in place with this replacement PCV valve grommet.
nice tight fit, much better than the one I had gotten at a local auto parts store. I put silicone around it for good measure since my old one was seeping oil out a bit. Also got new PCV valve and filter (didn't even know there was supposed to be a filter under the valve!) :-)
Yes, I would recommend this item to a friend!
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PCV Grommet Review
Eric S. on
Quality seemed good, it did fit just a little loose in the intake.
Had a problem with an order/quality issue. I put up a review stating so, and was contacted by Mike Linley, who was soooo nice and sooo professional, I almost felt bad about my review !! I felt the review was necessary because of bad welds/paint. Mike explained that they had a particular issue with that supplier and they had changed suppliers because of it. I must have mistakenly got an old set. (upper/lower Control arms-Foxbody). Mike asked a few questions, and was Sending me an updated replacement set while we were on the phone.!!! This is what I wish all Vendors would do; no arguments, no blame, no B.S. !! This is why LateModel stands out as an upstanding company, and backs up their products with AWESOME Customer service. Very rare in this day and age, and because of this I will be a customer for life, and will spread the good word ! Great to know some honest and Classy companies still operate in the good ol' USA. Thanks LateModel, and Thanks Mike !!! I look forward to seeing the New LCA'S and will review them too...You guys did the right thing and should and I'm overly impressed!
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