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K&N 62-1060 Vent Air Filter/ Breather

Crankcase Vent Filters / Vent Air Filter/ Breather
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62-1060
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Product Overview

  • 5/8 inch zinc tube
  • Chrome -plated steel base plate
  • Mounts directly into rubber grommets in valve covers
  • Washable and reusable filter media
K&N crankcase vent filters are perfect for racing applications, vintage cars or individuals who want to add some aesthetics to their classic carbureted engine. The 62-1060 crankcase vent filter has a rubber top with a chrome-plated steel base. The 5/8 inch diameter zinc tube is designed to push in and clamp directly on to metal or plastic tubing where venting is needed. Constructed with a cotton gauze filter media it can be cleaned and reused repeatedly. Comes with a 14.79 milliliter pillow-pack of air filter oil. Note: Legal in California only for racing vehicles which may never be used, registered, or licensed for use upon a highway. See knfilters.com for CARB status on each part for a specific vehicle.

[More Information on K&N Crankcase Vent Filters]
Vent Outside Diameter0.625 in (16 mm)
Outside Diameter3 in (76 mm)
Height2 in (51 mm)
Top StyleRubber
Filter MaterialCotton Gauze
Top MaterialNone
Product StyleSteel Base Crankcase Vent Filters
Flange Length1 in (25 mm)
Flanges1
Weight0.3 lb (0.2 kg)
Product Box Height7.25 in (184 mm)
Product Box Length6.1 in (155 mm)
Product Box Width3.3 in (84 mm)
Inner WireNo
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K&N 62-1060 Vent Air Filter/ Breather Product Reviews

Tuesday, September 18, 2018 - Part 62-1060
We use these filters on GM pickups to fix the EVAP service code P0446 which is caused by dirt entering and getting through the factory EVAP vent filter which then plugs the EVAP canister. When dirt gets into the vent valve it prevents it from sealing when the EVAP sytem runs a self test which will cause the P0446 code to set. A plugged canister and vent valve will also result in the fuel tank being difficult to fill. Connect a length of 5/8 ID hose to the existing EVAP vent valve and run the hose up to the engine compartment, secure it behind the brake booster, and install the K&N filter at the end. This gets the filter out of the dust stream and the good quality easily cleaned filter prevents contamination of the EVAP system.

Dale McLaen
Rutland, North Dakota