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I have a 67 - Mustang, with 289 - 2barrel carburetor - C-4 automatic
transmission. It was originally delivered to a dealer in Mass..
The car was produced in Metuchin - in November1966
?Should the left side valve cover have a hose at the oil-filler cover -
and if so WHERE would it route to?

The engine DOES have a gromet in the rear of the RIGHT valve-cover,
which goes to the carburetor spacer plate at the rear.

? Is there a place where I can find this information?
Thank you for any help.
Joe
 

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Joe,
I have a 67 F/B, 289, C4, Metuchen built in December 1966. It has the PCV hose on the rear of the passenger side rocker cover to the carb plate, as you described There was NO hose on the driver's side oil filler cap.
I double checked ion the 67 shop manual and that shows no hose either.
There was a "closed type vent system on some engines, but I have no Idea which ones, I suspect it was for Calif. cars.
Hope that helps
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Joe,
I have a 67 F/B, 289, C4, Metuchen built in December 1966. It has the PCV hose on the rear of the passenger side rocker cover to the carb plate, as you described There was NO hose on the driver's side oil filler cap.
I double checked ion the 67 shop manual and that shows no hose either.
There was a "closed" type vent system on some engines, but I have no Idea which ones, I suspect it was for Calif. cars.
Hope that helps
Jay67fast
 
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