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Air Breather Pipe Valve Thingy!!!


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#1 ippy

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Posted 20 February 2013 - 06:45 PM

on my focus as you look at the engine there is a little pipe on the right i dont know where it comes from but i think its some kind of breather pipe, half way up it joins into what looks like a anti return valve and another smaller pipe comes off the top of this into a rubber elbow and goes off somwhere else, mine has snapped off and im not sure wot it is called so i can get one off internet or is it a ford jobby,


only noticed tonight will try and get a piccy though,

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#2 dezwez

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Posted 20 February 2013 - 06:50 PM

take a picture and show it to ford then youl get the right one :)

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Posted 22 February 2013 - 06:15 PM

went to ford garage and asked wot it was i was told its a vacum pipe and its something to do with the brakes so i had to order another one (i'm not messsing about with brakes) when i changed my airfilter i noticed the big black pipe from the air flow meter to the turbo was split so i have changed that, i also found my egr valve is really gunked up but ive read on here that its a real pain to get them off (not like my mondeo) so im gonna blank it off are the 2 bolts underneath torque bolts, or just normal 10/12mm bolts? :wacko:


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