No hose on connector
I just got $300 in work done at the shop fixing up the 94 Bonneville I just bought from a couple of crooks, and am doing additional work I didn't want to pay for.
Anyway, while searching for the PCV valve cover, I noticed I have a open spot for a hose to connect to on the very top rear of the engine. This can't be good can it? The shop told me I needed to replace my EGR valve and said it would be another $340, but I've found one for $80 or so on Amazon.com that I'll order. This open connection wouldn't be related to that would it?
The only known major problem I'm having right now is my oil pressure appears to be dropping considerably low after everything heats up. I just changed the oil and used a thicker grade along with some oil stabilizer, and it helped but it'* still going down to just barely above the red. I replaced the PCV valve as well and am going to replace the oil pressure switch tomorrow if I can locate it. I'll probably have to get back under the car and hopefully not redrain my oil.
I'll have to find the whole list of what the shop did, but it involved fixing a lot of SES codes. I know the camshaft was replaced along with a couple of other sensors of some kind. I'll get the invoice tomorrow and post the complete list and a picture of where the open connection is.
Anyone know where I can get a good reasonably priced repair manual for this thing?
Thanks in advance for all help.