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Old 02-21-2005, 11:11 PM   #61
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how about towing capacities of the drivetrain and stuff?
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PCV Valve? C'mon, on * I L67 it says PCV on the cover.... L27 is easy enough to find.

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Going a long the lines of pictures, what about pics of where the most common stuff is on our cars. Like the TPS, PCV,EGR (which im looking for now) and so on. I would take pics on my car to help out for Series 2 NA vehicles
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Towing Capacities? Alright, i know some people on here to hit up about that.
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i didnt see any pcv markings on my cover at all. should also mention the holes through the firewall, tb location, and common stuff like that. got to quit thinking about what you know, and remember that most of these guys are just getting their license and have no idea how a car works or where **** is at
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Just for you Twister...

I know the L36 is a little different. So i Looked it up for you. Facing the engine, it'* on the left side of the intake manifold after the last runner. From this picture i see an electrical harness by it.

Look between the Coil packs, and the alt.


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Lol, yea I knew where the PCV was at before, when I put a new one in. But im just saying for newcomers here and all. Instead of telling them, just give them a link to the photos and they can see for themselves. Same with the 02 sensors and what not.
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