its a flame trap. look up bay 13 at www.volvospeed.com on how/where
Not 100% sure about the '87, but there is no PCV valve on the 1986 Volvo 240 2.3L. Flame trap and Oil trap, but no PCV.
The PCV valve on a 2004 Volvo S40 is located on the engine crankcase. It is a small rubber valve.
The PCV valve is located in the engine area on the 99 Volvo S80T6. It is important to carefully study the user manual which has an illustration of the same.
Behind the intake manifold!
check PCV, oil separator under the manifold and all pcv vacuum lines.
pcv system is clogged up.
I am presuming you mean the pcv valve, it is in the valve cover.
Did you ever find the location of the pcv valve?
in what location can I find the pcv valve on my 2002 chevy tahoe
You can find the PCV valve, on the outside of the air cleaner housing. The PCV valve will be attached to the back of the housing.
You can find the PCV valve for your 1987 Nissan on top of the engine. The PCV valve will be near the air filter housing.
You can find the PCV valve for your 1997 Mitsubishi Montero on top of the engine. The PCV valve will be in front of the air cleaner housing.
The PCV valve is located in the rocker cover on the passenger side of the engine.
Strictly speaking it doesn't have a pcv valve it has a pcv system. Generally the part that gets plugged is the oil trap. Pretty much the whole pcv system is under the intake manifold and you have to remove it to do any work. Look on any sight that sells parts for volvos and they'll probably have a diagram of the system.
Easy when you know which oneIf you tell me where the leak is coming from I can tell you how to repair it. I've just been through a similar problem with an 850 T5. They aren't too bad but if it's a rear main seal then the motor has to come out.Also check the pcv valve, mine was badly clogged and caused a bad oil leak, much cheaper fix!From personal experience with 850 turbos. Check/Replace oil cap $4, turbo O-ring & gasket $15, valve cover (form a gasket) and check return line hose and clamps. Volvo has special clamps. The inter-cooler and clamps on 94's are common deal.
the PCV valve will be lacated in the valve cover next to the firewall. It will be in the top of the valve cover and have a rubber vacume hose leading under the upper manifold to a port on the intake manifold
Its a flame trap it separates the oil from air. it becomes clogged fyi so regular maintenance is needed.
If the 1992 cavalier's engine is the same as the corsica LT's, then location is pretty easy to find. In the back of the engine, located in the middle, a few inches down, should be a rubber hose about 3/4inches wide. This hose goes into a gromment in the valve covers. It should be easy to pull out by hand. At the end of the hose will be the pcv valve which should resemble a car cigarette lighter. Shake it. If it rattles then it should be okay to go. If it doesn't, then replace. Good luck. This address will lead you to an image of the engine and the area you will find the pcv valve in. http://img113.exs.cx/img113/182/pcv-valve.jpg
You can find the PCV valve beneath the MAP sensor located in the plenum at the right front of the engine.
The 1998 and newer S10 with the 2.2L engine does not have a serviceable pcv valve.
should be on top of valve cover This picture will help you find the PCV valve http://www.clublexus.com/forums/es300-and-es330-forum/418700-2001-lexus-es300-pcv-where-is-it.html What you really need to know is that if your engine has been desludged the L shaped plastic PCV valve would have been replaced with the metallic, straight screw in PCV valve first introduced in 2002.
If the rings are completely worn out they can put more preasure in the crankcase than the pcv can handle. Have it checked out.
The PCV Valve is usually located on the valve cove, driver or passenger side, towards the front of the car.
Try changing your PCV valve it messes with the idle control. and shifting prob is likely in tranny and may not be related at all. try PCV valve and have your tranny serviced.
These cars have a non serviceable pcv valve system, meaning the dealer does not list a part to be serviced or replaced.