Rerouting front PCV for intake install


TheShakes90

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As I get closer to doing an intake install I've got one last loose end

I've got an 06 which, if I'm understanding correctly, is one of two years where the front PCV goes to the air box. I'm trying to reroute it so it's still in a decent spot and the only two things that come to mind is to atmosphere with a tiny filter and tying into either the rear PCV or modifying the whole hose.

Any insight as to the route I should go?

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Chris

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Why are you installing an intake? You are aware they are gigantic waste of money, offer no performance gains whatsoever, and actually can end up doing more harm than good to your engine, right?

The Jeep engineers themselves have said this personally to @Jerry Bransford, as well as talked about it on the forums as well.

An aftermarket intake is hands down one of the worst ideas and biggest wastes of money you can do to your TJ.

Here's a good thread on it:

Cold Air Intake FAQ

You stand to gain NOTHING WHATSOEVER.
 

Zorba

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As for the OP question, DO NOT connect the front elbow to the PCV (CCV) hose/rear elbow! One is an input, the other is an output.