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    ok thank you!
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    Anyone know the part number for the connection retaining clip that’s underneath the intake manifold right next to the vacuum hose on the passenger side? I have searched everywhere and can’t find it anywhere

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    I cannot seem to get the PCV tube off from where it connects to the turbo. Could someone attempt to explain it? Thank you.

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    Thank you so much for this! I ordered your V.2 Kit and will have my mechanic assemble it for me. I am ordering the Valve Cover, right now. I don't know if I need a new hose. Is there any way to tell from the codes I had pulled?
    P0103
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Moor View Post
    Thank you so much for this! I ordered your V.2 Kit and will have my mechanic assemble it for me. I am ordering the Valve Cover, right now. I don't know if I need a new hose. Is there any way to tell from the codes I had pulled?
    P0103
    P0171
    P1101
    Those are all codes related to the PCV issues. Not sure if you need a new hose, but I'd replace it just in case. They're only $35-ish on Amazon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XtremeRevolution View Post
    Those are all codes related to the PCV issues. Not sure if you need a new hose, but I'd replace it just in case. They're only $35-ish on Amazon.

    Okay, thanks. I picked it up, too.

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    Curiosity of mine, if the red valve isn't there when you check, where does it end up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thebigzeus View Post
    Curiosity of mine, if the red valve isn't there when you check, where does it end up?
    Ingested by the engine and burned through the exhaust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XtremeRevolution View Post
    Ingested by the engine and burned through the exhaust.

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    Guess that makes me a bit nervous lol.

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    I am curious if this check valve could be used in the 1.4 system? Seems to have the proper specs (opens at .5psi, tested to 125psi)?

    https://www.modernperformance.com/product/mpx_check_valve_8mm/03-05-neon-srt-4-turbo-upgrades-and-accessories-oil-catch-cans

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