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Old 03-08-2012, 06:02 PM   #1
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Picked up a vented oil filler cap,to get rid of the pcv.How do you remove the stock oil fill neck from the valve cover?
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it should just twist and then you pull it out but good luck I tried to do it on mine a couple times and gave up lol
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You need to take the valve cover off to remove the neck. There is a locking tab underneath the valve cover to release the neck.
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i just pulled really hard on mine, and it popped off, but there is a lock tab under it. no big deal, just take the cover off and remove it.
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You need to take the valve cover off to remove the neck. There is a locking tab underneath the valve cover to release the neck.

What he said...
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i just pulled really hard on mine, and it popped off, but there is a lock tab under it. no big deal, just take the cover off and remove it.
lol wouldnt it have been easier to take the VCs off first?
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lol wouldnt it have been easier to take the VCs off first?
eh, we learn as we go.
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Alright thats what I thought hope mine comes off easy enough.
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