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StudeRich
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Posted - 06/03/2009 :  3:53:21 PM  Show Profile  Email Poster  Reply with Quote
The 1562731 PCV Valve allows the correct amount of restricted flow to the Carb. (vacuum) and BLOCKS ALL FLOW from the Carb. (Backfire/Pressure)


It does rattle, probably has no spring, and seats (closes) on a tapered seat like a Carb. Float Needle in the hose end, and when Vacuum is present it restricts flow to the space space between the three flat sides of the needle & the tube.

FYI: Just to set the record straight to prevent anyone from damaging their engine, from my experience and to my knowledge this is how it works, and what it looks like.

StudeRich
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