If the engine is smothe at lower speeds it probably is the tcc in the torque convertor. The egr and pcv both are on the upper engine behind the throtle body on your 3.8 engine.
Where is the heater control valve on a 1994 Buick Regal
On a 1993 Buick Regal 3.1L, the PCV valve is located on the intake manifold. It is situated underneath the MAP sensor.
the pcv should be near the front valve cover
At the top of the engine near the firewall and directly behind the carburetor.
The PCV valve for a 1999 Regal 3.8 is located on the top of the valve cover. The valve pulls out to replace it.
the PCV valve is located on the valve cover of a 1991 Regal Custom. It is plugged in and can be easily changed.
Freon valve on my 1989 Buick Regal Custom 3.1 V-6 located on driver side under the area of battery tray. Hope this helps!
The PCV valve on a 1994 Regal Custom should be located on top of the valve cover. It is a plug in type and is easily changed.
Remove each valve cover (four bolts.) Remove the gasket and set a new one in place. Set the valve cover in place and tighten the bolts to spec.
Intake valve and exhaust valve.
How to fix heater in Buick there is cool air ,fan is work .but no warm air
There are two types of valves in an engine. The valves are located in the head. There are exhaust valves and fuel intake valves
6 Valve engine = three cylinders, 2 valves in each cylinder!
Three. Inlet valve, fuel injection valve, exhaust valve.
valve guides are present in the engine cylinder head.these valve guide operates the working of valves in the cylinder.that is the inlet ant the outlet valves.
Depends....a 2 valve per cylinder V8 would have 16 valves. A 4 valve per cylinder 4 banger would have 16 valves. There are also 3 valve per cylinder V8s...which would be 24. The number of valves does not necessarily determine what engine it is.
This engine (allowing it is an automotive engine) is a four valve per cylinder engine.
engine valve emmission is something to do with a engine control light in the dashboard whenever it is light on.
On a fully assembled engine, the intake and exhaust valves will not be visible. If the cylinder head is removed from the engine, the valves will then be visible. The intake valve faces are usually larger than those of the exhaust valves, and can be easily distinguished visually.
it is on the throttle body. usually held in by two screws.
It is bolted to the side of the cylinder head closest to passenger compartment on driver's side.
If the valve timing is correct and there are no damaged engine parts (or weak/faulty valve springs) that should not happen, yet however if the engine is "over-revved" the valves could "float" which is not normal operation. (If the engine is an interference engine there may possibly be engine damage.) That is normal and it is called valve overlap.
Intake valves - 0.20mm (Cold) Exhaust valves - 0.30mm (Cold)
Valve to piston, no. The interference is valve to valve.
If you are referring to intake valves on an engine the engineers use two valves to get a larger valve opening with reduced weight so you can achieve higher rpm without valve float. valve float occurs when a engine spins so fast the valve spring can't keep the valve in contact with the lifter or the cam lobe causing the valve to float.