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Old 08-05-2016, 05:06 AM
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I have a 2012 250EC. Where is the PV drain?
There are 2 drain holes:
- one right above the right hand side PV cover
- one on the left of the exhaust mount

There should be tubes connected to the wholes, that go down under the skid plate



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Yep I had found the one but didnt know there were two. The one coming from front is crimped shut. not sure about the other. Removing bash plate today to resolve. The spooge out of exhaust was pretty bad.
Thanks very much for this diagram
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Old 08-29-2016, 01:19 PM
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Yep I had found the one but didnt know there were two. The one coming from front is crimped shut. not sure about the other. Removing bash plate today to resolve. The spooge out of exhaust was pretty bad.
Thanks very much for this diagram
The drain to the front, part #18 in the diagram, is the actual pv drain. It keeps the right pv cover emptied, which allows the system to work properly.
The top "drain", part #18A, is the vent for the transmission/clutch. It uses the area around the pv actuator rod as a vent for the transmission as the vapors make their way to the vent nipple (#18A).
I personally drill out both vent nipples to about 1/8" id.

To keep moisture out of the transmission oil during deep water crossings, I route the vent hose from the upper vent nipple (#18A) up next to and over the top of my right radiator, attaching the vent hose to my top right radiator hose. This makes the end of the vent hose be in sight through the hole in the right radiator shroud, which lets me know a bit more about what is going on in the transmission.

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