It doesn't seem like what you are referring to though. The Coffee Table book covers all the engine's sustems well.Crankcase Vent Oil Separator
The crankcase vent oil separator is attached to the right rear of the valve cover. The engine crankcase vent oil separator separates the oil from crankcase vapors and returns the oil to the crankcase through the center of the engine block. The vapors are routed to the air tube before the turbo inlet.
It may be 6.7 2017+?Never heard of that and I have a couple 6.7s. I did a search and the 6.7 Cummins pops up, not the Ford.Does anyone have an emission diagram for 3.0? The 6.7 Ford has a crankcase filter that should be changed at xxxxx miles and wonder if this engine is the same?