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(Continued from Part 1. This concludes the article.) Replacing your PCV valve is straightforward. It is located on the valve cover. It’s about ¾ of an inch in diameter. With a hose coming off and going to the carburetor. Lift it out of the valve cover, disconnect the hose and install a new one. Changing an air filter is simple. Remove the screw from the center of the air cleaner canister, remove the lid and replace the filter. Fuel filter replacement. Note that gasoline will leak out during this procedure. If the filter is in the gas line with a …

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