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Top center of the left valve cover.
The 97 Honda VTec PCV valve should be on the valve cover. The valve is a plug-in type and just pulls free.
there isn't one buddy......
The PCV valve is located on the top of the 97 5.0 Ford v8. It is near the firewall at the middle of the engine from side to side.
The PCV is located on the driver's side of the engine. It is at the same level as the spark plugs, in the middle of the engine. It is not seated in the oil cover. It is seated in the oil diverter.
It's located on the back side of the intake manifold. It's screwed into the manifold.
go to autozone.com and it will tell you exactly where it is.
The previous answer is somewhat ambiguous as to whether there is or isn't a PCV valve on a '97 Civic. I have a '97 5-speed Civic LX, and I just had a new PCV valve put in last week. There definitely is a PCV valve, but for this year/model, it is harder to find than on other years, where, apparently it is easily accessible at the top of the engine. Because of the location of the PCV valve in my Civic, I had to pay an extra $35 in labor for them to put it in. If in doubt, read your owner's manual! There is pcv valve on a '97 civic. The dealer schematics will tell you differently, but I've looked where the dealer schematics said it was and it wasn't. Don't waste your time looking for it cause it doesn't have one.
Standing in front of the engine, its on the left side of the engine intake. You'll have to remove that MAP sensor to get to the PCV Valve.
passenger side rear valve cover
Take a look at the following Flickr photo. This is a '97, but the PCV is located in the same spot on the '98. http://www.flickr.com/photos/roy_vanegas/2921211470/in/set-72157607808188158/
Probably on a valve cover towards the back of the engine.
Under the "sight shield," the plastic engine cover. Remove the two black 13mm nuts, then unhook from the clip on the rear valve cover. The PCV valve is located in the front valve cover, on the transmission end of the motor, opposite the oil filler cap. Check out this picture: 99intrigue.shutterfly.com/headgasket/97#103
if you have an OHV the valve cover is on the top with about eight 8 mm bolts. The pcv valve is located on passenger rear side of valve cover with a hose leading into the intake manifold and big black plastic nut. if you have OHC or DOHC I can't help.
the pcv is in the back center of the plenium (intake) has a hose on it that goes to the left valve cover the pcv is in the back center of the plenium (intake) has a hose on it that goes to the left valve cover
a diesl does not have a PCV valve a diesel does not create vaccum as does a gas engine foed diesel engines have a vaccuum pump, located beneath and to side of a/c pump,this pump is to compensate and produce vaccuum for brakes, and is driven by serpentine belt
right behind the alternator on the truck and in the intake by the aac valve on a stanza ang axxess
Plugged PCV valve or hose
Just below throttle body, it fits onto a breather pipe runs from the valve cover routing under the intake manifold. A small pipe connects the pcv to the intake manifold
Take a look at the left (drivers side) valve cover. It should be near the rear and the top. There is a short rubber hose attached.
Go to this URL; http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBroker?ForwardPage=/az/cds/en_us/0900823d/80/1a/36/de/0900823d801a36de.jsp
The IAC is located on the throttle body.
Is on the pas danger side of the intake a little being the throttle body
PCV means "Positive Crankcase Ventilation." The valve allows crankcase fumes to be routed to the intake system where they can be burned in the engine. Replace the valve if it doesn't rattle when you shake it. If it doesn't rattle that means it's gunked up and isn't letting those gases through.