The PCV valve on a 99 GMC Yukon is found in the left valve cover. It allows trapped gases inside the engine to be recirculated and reused.
passenger side valve cover
I would say that my 1998 S-10 does not have a PCV valve, at all, anywhere.
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.
The PCV Valve is located on the top right of the engine, which connects a tube from the intake manifold to the head of the engine. IT IS NOT THE ONE THAT CONNECTS TO YOUR INTAKE!!! ..
On the 3.5 engine, the valve is at the right back of the intake. On the 2.7 the valve is on the left front of the intake.
I have a 99 tracker 2 liter - I just replaced the pcv valve $15 Off of the manifold there are 2 hoses going to valve cover - One of them has a plastic L shaped pcv valve attached to it sticking in the cover Pull it out then replace and shove back in. If you buy the pcv valve you can visually ID it on the hose Good luck
on 99 models with 1.8 liters on top of engine in center of valve cover
On the top of the valve cover on the drivers side of the engine , near the rear of the valve cover
The PCV valve is attached to the intake by a hose and is located in the valve cover held by a plastic retainer on the passenger side of the engine near the power steering reservoir.
Mine's on the drivers side valve cover, towards the firewall.
pcv valve is located under the throttle cable frame (frame holding the throttle cable) that's bolted to the intake manifold. go to autozone ask for a valve and you will have no problem locating it.
It is built into the valve cover and requires no maintance air oil seperator
Not exactly sure about a 99 but almost all cars it is a valve that goes right into to your valve cover around where you fill your oil.
The PCV valve on the 99 galant is the piece of plastic shaped like and L on the top of the engine manifold. It has a piece of tubing going from the valve to the intake. You can easily just pull it out from manifold,take tubing off and replace with same PCV valve. then put everything back theway you found it.
One sign could be a lot of smoke out of the exaust
it is located on the right (passenger side) valve cover on your engine
look along the valve covers on the heads, there should be a small pipe that when pulled seems to go no where, that should be the PVC, it is a simple fix
between firewall and engine, between a rubber hose that leads to the valve cover and a short 90 degree hose to a vacuum nipple.
It's located on the top of the valve cover somewhere close to second and third spark plugs. You need to disconnect the hose connect the valve to the emission system, after that just pull it out (it might be not that easy as you can think), just moving to left and right pull it upwards in the same time. It's recommended to chage the pcv valve grommet too. When you install a new pcv valve you can lubricate the valve with a little bit of clean oil, it will make installation easier. Make sure that the valve is installed correctly (compare with what you had with old one).
check the pcv valve and hoses if there is a vacuum leak here it wont idle
My 99 Dakota 5.2 magnum has it on top of the passenger side valve cover. The PCV hose will go from the valve to the manifold. The drivers side looks the same, but that's the breather, and its hose will go to the airhat, that's how you tell the difference.
Hyundai ATF only.
Go to YouTube and there is a video that shows you everything I just got done with mine and it's very very easy good luck
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