if its a 350 remove alt. first
The PCV valve is found in the valve cover on the passenger side.
Drivers side valve cover towards the firewall.
It is stuck in a rubber hose and pushed in the top of the valve cover
disconnect the hose and remove 2 bolts.
Drivers side valve cover all the way in the back near the firewall
The 06 silverado 4.3 does not have a PCV valve.
driverside valve cover toword firewall.
I have an 01 Chevy 5.3 single cab short bed 4x4. The PCV valve is on the back of the left valve cover.
It is in the top of the valve cover. It has a black plastic line coming from the throttle body housing and going into one of the valve covers. It will be stuck in the end of the line and down into the valve cover.
you remove the dog house and it will be on the left valve cover
Ther is no PCV valve on a 06 silverado with a 4.3L engine
It should be on top of the passenger valve cover.
its located on top of the valve cover. its located on top of the valve cover.
Remove the valve cover retaining bolts. Remove the valve cover gasket and clean the gasket surface. Put the new valve cover gasket on and return the valve cover to its original position.
On the valve cover.
on the back of the gas tank
No there is not.
Remove the valve cover and you will see it stamped into the top of the head.
To change the valve cover gaskets on a 1998 Chevy Cavalier 2.2L, disconnect the battery cables. Then use a wrench to loosen the valve cover bolts. Remove the old gasket from the cover and the manifold using a cleaner designed for this purpose (found at automotive parts stores). Put adhesive on the manifold, and valve cover. Line with a new gasket on the valve cover and replace the valve covers. Tighten the bolts and re-connect the battery.
The 1997 Chevrolet Astro EGR valve is located on the top of the engine valve cover. The EGR valve can be access from under the hood. You will not need to remove any engine cover.
remove right valve cover on cadilac sts
Yes. The PCV valve is attached to the intake by a hose and is located in the valve cover and held by a plastic retainer. Use a pair of pliers to loosen the PCV valve retainer. Unthread the retainer from the valve cover to expose the PCV valve. Pull the PCV valve from the valve cover grommet and remove the valve from the hose.
CAUTION: Some models are equipped with anti-theft-radio make sure you have the activation code before disconnecting battery * Disconnect negative battery cable * Detach the accelerator cable from the cable guides on the valve cover (It's not necessary to remove the cable guides unless you're replacing the valve cover) * Disconnect the PCV and breather hoses from the valve cover * Remove the spark plug wire cover bolts remove the cover and then remove the spark plug wires * Remove the bolts that attach the upper timing belt cover to the valve cover * Remove the valve cover bolts and then remove the valve cover
in the valve cover