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Old 06-13-2012
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PCV Replacement on 08

Greetins all,

I have a 2008 Ranger with 2.3l DOHC engine.

Here is the story: when I got my truck it had a high idle at cold start up and would not shift properly. So what i did is i took it to the dealer to have my PCM flashed, seemed to work for a while but now its starting to do it again so my next thinking is it may be the PCV? and even if its not i think its time to replace it. the truck has 35k miles on it.

My question is this, anyone know where the PCV valve is located? thanks for your help.
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Did u ever find the PVC????
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