Its beside the air filter casing and on top of the valve cover on the 88 22R. i used a set of needle nose to get it out and only my fingers for the hose retainer.
if its a diesel - no
On the intake manifold, to the right (passenger side) of the Throttle Body.
1. Tricuspid vavle 2.Pulmonary vavle 3. Mitral (bicuspid) vavle 4. Aortic vavle
check the fuel pump or the fuel lines or the fuel switch vavle
It is inside the trans, on the vavle bodyIt is inside the trans, on the vavle body
It's where the Aortic Vavle is diseased by narrowing of the Vavle or thickening of the tissue.
It uses an orifice in the top rear of the vavle cover not a PCV vavle.
It is on the back side of the motor, passenger side, underneath the intake manifold. Plan on it taking the better part of a day to change it.
I dont believe there is a modulator valve on a 75 truck, and im sorry if some joker ripped you off, but dodge transmisions are always fun, I feel for you.
vaccum leak, bad plugs and wires, map sensor, egr vavle, idle air control vavle
Idle Control Vavle (ICV) is attached to the throttle body from underneath. Next to the ICV you can find two cooling pipes going through the changer where the valve operates.
sintered iron or bronze
Yes you can cause they both have the same transmission mounts so yes
the aortic valve
pull the pcv valve out of the vavle cover grommet, pull the hose off of it, put a new one in, put the hose back on, yay!!
on the valve cover as your faceing the car you will see a hose on the left side of the vavle cover. This hose goes to the intake plentum. the hose on the valve cover end goes to a connection that has a 19 mm nut screwed into the valve cover.loosen this nut remove the plastic cover and look in vavle cover. you will see the pcv vavle take a pair of needle nose and pull old pcv vavle out and replace.
It connects to a nipple on the bottom of the intake plenum. Reach under the top left side to find the connection point. With the intake plenum installed it is a blind connection.
it means variable vavle timing or transmission ignition.
Possibly the IAC ( Idle Air Control) vavle on the throttle body, or egr vavle stuck open..........would check or replace IAC first, usually not expensive.
yes in the vavle cover.