There is no PCV valve on the 2.2 Liter engine.
No, it does not.
it is on the valve cover, usually in the driver side valve cover. If you have a 2.2 L engine, it doesn't have a serviceable PCV valve, it is built into the valve cover.
Passenger side valve cover
The PCV valve is in the passenger side valve cover of the engine with a hose leading to the intake.
YES, All engine must have Positive crank case ventilation. That is what PCV stands for.
The 1998 and newer S10 with the 2.2L engine does not have a serviceable pcv valve.
I have a service manual picture doesnt really explain anything pcv is not really visible. The 2.2 1998 and up had a non-serviceable PCV system built into the valve cover.
If that S10 has the 2.2 L engine, it doesn't have a serviceable PCV valve.
some of the Chevy S10'S with the 2.2 motor did not come with a pcv valve depending where the motor was built due to emission control to see if your truck has one take off your air intake look in front of your throtle body on the passenger side of the valve cover on the side of the valve cover there will be a hose about six inches long coming from the valve cover to the intake
The Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve on a 1989 S10 is located in the valve cover. It is toward the front of the motor.
Yes. Should be on drivers side up near the top of the engine. Some of the 2.2 engines do not have a serviceable PCV valve.