yes theres actually two different kinds to my knowledge. its really easy to see. its just straight, no elbow like most. the front valve cover should have a hose comin out of it. follow the hose a short way up. the other end LOOks to be just a fitting but its not. that's the pcv valve. it should either slip in or screw out. that's the difference between the two. one slips in. one screws in.
The valve is in the center of the rear valve cover.
Center of the rear valve cover.
The PCV just slips out and slips in; no tools required in most cases.
valve cover on the top back of engine. its on top of the plastic valve cover.
Yes, it is in the hose coming off of the rear valve cover.
Behind the engine near the firewall
On top of the intake cover on the right side.
Attached to the valve cover is a hose on the driver side. Unscrew the nut closest to the valve cover and that is the PCV valve. It is a straight PCV valve, not the elbow shape you may be looking for.
On the 3.3 its located on the rear valve cover. Theres a hose runnin strait to it, about mid cover.
It might be that your pcv valve is plugged or the egr valve is sticking.
It is threaded into the valve cover. There is a rubber tube that attaches to the valve cover - pull off the tube (there may be a clamp) - then unscrew the PCV valve with a wrench.
On the 2.8 it's on top of the plenum at the back. disconnect the hose & unscrew the pcv valve & replace.
open the hood, reach up and over the intake manifold, the PCV valve is right on the middle of the back valve cover. you should see a short rubber tube that comes out of the middle of the back valve cover and into the intake manifold. the plastic part that is screwed into the middle of the valve cover is the PCV valve..
On a 2000 Durango V8 the PCV is located on the side of the oil fill tube under the cap
Where is the pcv valve on 2007 dodge dakota 4.7 mag. Eng.and the egr valve also?
The PCV valve for a 2000 Blazer is mounted in the top of the valve cover. The valve plugs in and easily replaced.
Some of the 2000 models have a PCV valve on the back of the valve cover. The other models do not have a PCV valve, but use an oil/air separator instead.
I'm betting it's on the valve cover. There's a hose running from it to the air cleaner. It's an easy replacement and not very expensive.
The PCV valve is located in the valve cover, on the 4.7L it is in the side of the oil filler housing.
The PCV valve for a 2000 Lexus rx300 is on the passenger side of the engine. It is on the valve cover near the back.
The PCV valve on a 1991 Dodge Dynasty 3.0 engine is on the passenger side of the vehicle. It is on the crankcase.
The PCV valve on a 2000 V6 Camry is found near the engine. More specifically, it is located on the top of the valve cover.
passenger side valve cover
Screws into the valve cover.