It is in the driver side valve cover, you must change the valve cover to replace the PVC valve.
it is located on the passenger side wheel well...it has 4 hoses attached 2 going into the heater core and 2 going into the engine...simply disconnect the hoses and replace with new heater valve
I have a 94 Astro but the heater control valve should be in the same location. Look under the hood on the passenger side. There are two heater hoses behind the coolant reservoir and windshield washer reservoir. The hoses attach to the heater control valve. The valve has a round vacuum actuator on the side, and two more heater hoses leave the control valve and go into the heater core housing. Cost for the valve will probably be somewhere between $50 & $70 To replace it, remove the coolant reservoir and the windshield washer reservoir. Remember, or mark, the hoses for the washer if you have a rear washer. The electrical connections only go on one way. Remove the clamps securing the front heater hoses and remove the hoses from the valve. Remove the clamps holding the heater hoses coming off the back of the valve where they are attached to the heater core. These two hoses are factory attached to the valve and the new valve (from the dealer) comes with the hoses attached to the rear of the valve. The clamps are back in a small space behind the valve, rather hard to get to. We pulled the bracket with the three square relays situated above the hoses to allow easier access. Install in reverse order. Good luck.
how do i replace the pvc vacuum hoses?
It usually attaches to the exhaust with a pipe . Either its bolted to the intake manifold or the the pipe has a large nut attaching it. Either way its a simple matter of removing the nuts and hoses. Then swap old for new and re attach the hoses and pipe.
The heater hoses connect the block, radiator, heater core, and waterpump. To replace, drain the radiator and catch the anti-freeze for recycling. Remove the hoses and put on new hoses. It is kind of nasty but not very difficult.
It is a large silver cylindrical shaped valve with both A/C lines going to it. Trace your A/C hoses to locate it.
Chances are this is the heater valve no longer functioning. This is located behind the plastic bulkhead panel at the back of the engine bay, under the bonnet. The valve will have 2 hoses (15mm approx) into and out of it Check you have power to and from the valve. If not rectify this fault first. It's a simple matter to replace the valve, drain enough water, remove hoses, unbolt valve, replace.
SCHRADER VALVE Definition: A type of valve fitting that opens when depressed. Schrader valves are used in tire valve stems, on air conditioning hoses and on the fuel rails of many fuel injection systems. http://autorepair.about.com/cs/generalinfo/l/bldef_724a.htm
where is the heater control valve for a 1997 ford expedition
I don't know about the 96', but for the 98' and 2000 it is located on the top of the valve cover on the passenger side near the back. Just pull the hose out and replace the valve on the end. .
Remove the sparkplug cables, breather hose, and remove the valve cover. The gasket is a permanent type and comes as a 5 piece kit that simply pushes into groves in the valve cover. Once installed, replace the valve cover and connect the breather hoses and sparkplug cables.
The PCV valve is located on the passenger side valve cover. It cost about $3.00 to replace. Simply pull up on the vacuum line and the PCV will more than likely pull out of the gromlet. It may take a little effort, but pull the PCV valve from the line and install a the new one.
Air and fuel filters, PCV valve, some of hoses around vacuum system, in some cases injectors O-rings, change valve cover gasket.
stick your meat puppet in it,spray ether up your gaping hemmoroids, then light your farts
If your Civic is carburated, is doesn't have a pcv valve. All you can do is replace the filter on the side of the air cleaner assembly.....For fuel injection, check your intake (PGM-FI). Theres 3 hoses coming out towards the front of the car, the biggest hose (middle) goes to the pcv valve. Just pull the valve out and disconnect from the hose and replace it.....
change engine, tranny, and diff fluids. replace all belts and hoses. replace spark plugs. check/replace brake pads/shoes. valve job if necessary.
On a 98 rav4 you disconnect the two rubber hoses one on top and one on the side, you then remove the 12 mm nuts that bolt the valve to the intake manifold, then you remove the 10 mm screws from the bottom of the valve that goes to the cylinder head.
you have to take off the top two peices of the intake to get to it but be careful of the gaskits because they are over priced. there are about 15 hoses and about 5 wires to take off. I would label the hoses. and be careful not to over tighten the valve cover bolts only about 53 inch pounds
Check your PCV valve. This valve helps relieve pressure within the engine. It is usually located somewhere on the valve cover. How it works is when the pressure within the engine builds up, the valve opens to relieve some of the pressure so it does no push against internal parts which can cause gasket failure. If your PCV valve is not opening properly the first thing to go would be the vacuum hoses. Just replace the PCV valve, it is cheap and easy, good place to start.
You have to take those to the shop. I have one and tried and messed up on it dont do what i did pleeease! you can do it no problem. take off the upper intake manifold. the cover that says 5.0 EFI has 2 bolts underneath. 2 on the rear of the upper then 2 in the front. if it is the pass. side valve cover then flip the upper over to the driver side watching out for the coolant hoses and the vacuum hoses on the upper. mark all hoses. then go to town on the valve cover.
It is normal to replace them.It is normal to replace them.
how do you replace the expansion valve
Mark all hoses before disconnecting it after that disconnect them. Remove the valve. Install a new one, connect the hoses according the marking. PS: you might have to reset the computer, it's recommended every time you change one or more sensors, electric valves and so on.
I have a 99 tracker 2 liter - I just replaced the pcv valve $15 Off of the manifold there are 2 hoses going to valve cover - One of them has a plastic L shaped pcv valve attached to it sticking in the cover Pull it out then replace and shove back in. If you buy the pcv valve you can visually ID it on the hose Good luck