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Air breather hose connection configuration

3.0 L FI doing a tuneup and noticed 2 ports for hose connections on the air filter box that a previous mechanic had simply connected together with one hose. The rear valve cover for cyls 1,3,5 has a port with a hose connected to nothing, so it shows a lot of dirt inside. It would seem that the valve cover (breather) hose should be connected to either the upper or lower port on the air fliter box. Question is which one and where does the other port terminate? I'm guessing that one hose must terminate to the air since I have not located any available port.

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Your engine has exceive blowby ,compession is getting past your rings and pistons.it could be one or all of your cyliners,but you need to check your pvc before we condem other things ,I hope this helps you

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Have you a leak in the exhaust??even a small leak will cause the lambda value to be out check your exhaust

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Hello and welcome to FixYa!
The other hose you are referring to may not be connected to anything for it serves as a breather. But do check the throttle body pipe if it's open. If it is then there it should be.
Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa! Have a good one!

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