'87 20th Anniversary Cougar7.0 427W
Y'all stop bickering - we as an audience want to know what the solution is.
No, that's the return air line. The PCV is inserted into a grommet in the back of your intake and has a hose that goes to vacuum tee under the intake overhang - assuming stock configuration.PCV meaning the line that runs from the valve cover to the throttle body?
I posted a picture in this thread. Turn it clockwise a half turn, then restart the engine. If you need more, you have to shut the engine off and restart or engine will think it's at part throttle. You can back off while it's running if the idle is too high. You're just trying to give it enough air to let it idle without stalling.Which screw is it and which way do i turn it?
Disagree. Read WAY too many accounts of noisy gears after a shop did 'em. I did my own and spent the extra time to get everything shimmed exactly right. Quiet as a mouse. Once you buy a welder, suddenly the mounts on your lawn tractor deck will break and you'll be thanking your lucky stars that you "have a welder and know how to use it". Granted, I have an auto pit that makes doing these jobs easier, though I wish I had a lift.No different then when I paid a mustang shop to do my ring and pinion and subframe connectors.
He's been banned. Probably not a good use of profanity that you've written out long-hand.Been a little busy, just now got back to this childish comment.
Go **** yourself. (note:F.U.C.K)
You see, #IndytheAsshole, my post was actually a nod at you and others that show up and tries to help the poster to learn, while too many others post up with useless ****.
But in your hurry to be an *** (Note: A.S.S.H.O.L.E) to anyone you perceive as contradicting you, or having an alternate route to the same solution, you posted stupid **** (note: S.H.I.T) in response to my post.
Maybe you should seek help.