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Old 09 Oct 2010, 12:24 pm
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Im trying to replace the bov oon my 2003 turboed pt cruiser and i need a little help as this is the first time i have ever messed with this. any walk throughs or pictures of the location would be amazing! thnx for the help!
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Old 09 Oct 2010, 12:37 pm
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and also can u only put a mopar bov on it? if so ima b pissed cuz i just bought a rfl type r bov!
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Old 09 Oct 2010, 02:25 pm
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Not sure on install and details, but from what I gathered we do not have a real(like you bought) bov on our cars. To put an external bov you need to get a block off plate.

Hopefuly someone with actual knowledge about this will chime in about this soon.
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Old 10 Oct 2010, 07:42 pm
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Yes, you need a blockoff for the stock location. Heck there is no room down there for anything anyhow. You would have to locate the other BOV on intake. Usually people but some hard pipes with a BOV adapter on it. Go over to and post your request.
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