Need help locating PCV valve on a 99' 53L?
Mine's on the drivers side valve cover, towards the firewall.
IAT (inlet air temperature) and CTS (or CATS charge air temperature sensor) are the same thing. For most GM engines, like the 5.3L, a MAFS (mass air flow sensor) is used instead of a CATS. The MAFS is the big black cylinder with a wire bundle coming off of it that is between the clean air hose and the air filter box.
The 5.3L replaced the 5.7L because automakers have to constantly improve on fuel economy and reliability. The new 5.3L fall under GM's 5yr / 1000,000 mile powertrain warranty. The old 5.7L never achieved this. For economy, the new all aluminum 5.3 Liter is the winner, hands down. However the reliability of this engine has not been determined as of yet. The 5.7 however has established a long history of being a very reliable engine.
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What is the free rider 2 code for devils peak. I'm in need of the code itself because you are at school and no site is unblocked so please no links but the actual code?
I have an SL2 and the it is part of the valve cover. Small 1/2" hose comes from air box and goes to it on the valve cover. If you purchased your new one it might also help you locating it. It is located on the valve cover next to the oil cap just pull it out with some moderate force and pull the hose off by twisting it.
are you taking about irrigation or the house's main feed? Either way, you need to find the valve. If its your house you need to turn off you need to find your main valve, likely in a crawl space or if you're lucky in a utility box. It may require a water key from the city. If its irrigation, you need to find the valve if its at your home. its possible if you are…
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while pushing down the valve with the finger, take out the actual valve and wipe off the metal with a towel or something like that. then, just put a tiny bit of grease on the valve and put it back where it would be (still pushing the valve down with the finger) and just move it around so it gets all over the valve. did you need help with oiling the valves too??