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Old 09-12-2019, 03:01 PM
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Default Honda gx340 help

First I will say I'm brand new to motors. I bought a air filter for my gx340 off of Amazon and installed it today. It came with what looks like a bracket to me and I'm also wondering what am I suppose to do with the hose left unplugged that was originally tied into the original air filter setup.
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That hose (crankcase breather) was originally plumbed back into the carb and into the motor so the blow-by vapor could be burned off, a form of pollution control.

Most people put a tiny filter on it: (there's one on the valve cover and one on the fuel tank)

Consider getting a filter cover or pre-filter for your filter.

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