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Old 07-22-2014
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Help! 06 ranger, pcv valve removal

Hi all, I have an 06 Ranger, with 4.0L sohc engine, I want to change the pcv valve. I disconnected the three hoses, from the valve, the valve wiggles around a bit in the cam cover but I can't pull out, I don't want to break anything, is there a trick to getting it out, or just pull harder? Thanks for your replies.
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It should be the same as mine. You have to rotate it to get it out. It has a kind of twist lock to it. I think it is about a 1/4 turn.
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pcv valve

Thanks, yes, it had a course thread and was about one rotation counter clockwise to out.
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