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Where do you find the PCV valve in a mistsubishi 4d56 engine?

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Engine Size? Anyways, look on one of the valve covers, I believe you will find it there.

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The PCV valve is located in the rocker cover on the passenger side of the engine.

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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.

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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.

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the engine code is usually listed on the catylist or the valve cover and sometimes on the engie plate

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On the 3.9L engine, you can find the PCV valve on the left front valve cover. Just follow your PCV hose which you can gently pull off the top of the valve, and you will be able to give the valve a slight turn to pop out.

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its on the front of the engine behind radiator

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With the engine on idle, locate the PCV valve and use pliers to pinch the PCV hose that is located between the intake manifold and valve. Wait to hear the spring loaded valve click, and if you do not hear this, remove the valve but leave it connected to the intake manifold. Find the vacuum, and if you cannot, remove the valve from the hose and see if the engine stalls. You can find more instructions in an online manual.

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PCV ValvesThe "PCV" valve can usually be found by following the hoses back from the air breather or filter assembly to the valve cover. It completely depends on the type and size of engine. Some are in the "valve cover" others are mounted on the underside of the intake manifold.

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To find the positive crankcase ventilation valve, look on the right bank of the engine. The valve is located beneath the intake manifold.

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You can find the PCV valve beneath the MAP sensor located in the plenum at the right front of the engine.

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The 1998 and newer S10 with the 2.2L engine does not have a serviceable pcv valve.

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Find the PCV valve towards the rear of the engine, and remove the PCV valve. Remove the rubber vacuum line, and discard the old Valve. Connect the vacuum line to the new valve and put the valve in its place.?æ

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The PCV valve is located directly ontop of the engine block and is connected by a rubber hose on one end connected into the engine with the other end you will find it on the lower right (topside) of the engine : D

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The PCV or positive crankcase ventlation valve does as it is named. It will remove harmful gases from the engine. Also, you can find breather caps on the valve covers, this also helps to remove and fumes from the crankcase or engine base.

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You have the 1.6L(97.0cu.in.) I-4 SOHC SMPI 16 valve engine. You do not have the VTEC engine.

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on the back of the valve cover theres like a decal style sticker, it tells engine details on it

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The EGR position sensor is on the top of the EGR valve. The valve is on the front, passenger side of the engine.

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At the engine oil filler cap. On a 350 GM engine it is located on one of the valve covers, and is easily found. If you cannot find this cap, then you have no business working on this engine.

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on the 3100V6 you will find the PCV valve on the valve cover (front valve cover...closer to the radiator) on the drivers side of the cover, there is a hose attached to it. this will be on the OPPOSITE side of the pulleys, it is directly in the top on the valve cover. and slides out with no tools needed

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As with all valve gaskets it is located between the valve cover and the head. To get to it you undo all bolts holding the valve cover on and then pull valve cover off. you will find it on the valve cover/ head contact point.

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If you give the yr/make/model/engine, could let you know... But if you want to find out your self. You need to turn piston 1 to TDC and depending on the engine, undo the valve spring keeper and measure how far the valve drops until in hits the piston. Subtract .050 of an inch and if it is less than the max valve lift you have an interference engine.

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If you give the yr/make/model/engine, could let you know... But if you want to find out your self. You need to turn piston 1 to TDC and depending on the engine, undo the valve spring keeper and measure how far the valve drops until in hits the piston. Subtract .050 of an inch and if it is less than the max valve lift you have an interference engine.

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follow the heater hose at the rear of the engine and you will find it.

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Have a look at the tag on the front of the valve cover, if that is unreadable look on the passengers side of the engine block


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