The crankcase breather is designed to vent oil-contaminated air out of the engine block. And when the breather in your car breaks down, the mixture will flow back into the engine directly or through the air filter. This, in turn, will spoil the optimum air-fuel ratio in the engine and lead to significant power loss. Typically, both the crankcase breather and the breather filter should be replaced every engine tune-up, but if these components already show signs of wear or they are extremely soiled, they must be replaced immediately. In this guide, we are going to teach you how to replace the crankcase breather components in your car.
Cross Reference For 2652A016
CATERPILLAR 229-3555 McCormick 700994A1, Perkins 2652A016, Schupp SF SBL88015
FG Wilson 10000-45492
MASSEY FERGUSON 4224809M1