pasenger side valve cover close to fire wall
PCV IS ON LEFT SIDE VALVE COVER TOWARDS THE FRONT IF YOUR FACING THE MOTOR
On a 1985 Honda Civic, the PCV valve is situated on the firewall side of the engine. The valve is connected to the rubber hose.
AnswerIt's fuel-injected. It won't have one.This answer is incorrect. fuel-injected cars have PCV valves BECAUSE they are fuel-injected. Carburators do not have PCV Valves, they have PCV filters, this filter may also exhist on earlier model Grand Ams because of the type of fuel injection system used (Pre '95 single injection vs Post '96 multi-injection). The part you are looking for should be on the top of your engine. It has been awhile since I owned that model year car but I do believe that it is located on the right hand side towards the rear of the engine valves (Drivers side of engine). Hope this helps!
By the carburetor its a round metal looking thing and it has vacuum hoses running into it if it's fuel injected it's on the passenger side valve cover in the back under the corner of the intake manifold
Many of the 4.0 motors were never equipped with a PCV, but use the smaller line at the back of the valve cover to the intake as a meter orifice. The system is called CCV, for Controlled Crankcase Ventilation. Installing a PCV will overpressurize the engine and blow gaskets and seals.
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!!! ..
Pull upward on the hose that the PCV valve is in. The PCV valve will pull out of the hose. The PCV valve is located in the valve cover.
The PCV valve is internal and shouldn't need to be replaced. The fuel filter is located at the rear of the car. It is by the fuel tank and rear axle.
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.
in lower intake Manifold at the back, also replace breather filter under the PCV.
The PCV valve on your car is mounted on the valve cover and has a rubber hose that is connected to the fresh air intake.
The PCV valve is located on the top of a box shaped part called an oil breather chamber by the oil filter. Pull off the 1/2" (or so) hose on top of the box, the PCV is attached to the hose.
it is near the distributor, there is a black hose located near towards the rear of the car near the distributor.
There is a reason, it just remains to be discovered. General causes are: plugged fuel filter, bad ignition coil, weak fuel pump, clogged fuel injectors, or, carburetor problems if not fuel injected. Could also be clogged air filters, PCV valve sticking, EGR valve sticking, or possibly a loose or corroded electrical connection.
fuel filter is under veh in frame rail pcv is in 1 of the valve covers
Your pcv valve is buried under the carburators, you can see it sticking out of a smaller black box, it also has a small hose coming out of it. Any more questions on the subject email me. I have an '87 prelude dual carb, I am looking for a quality set of carbs for this car, one of the carbs is running extremely rich.
PCV Valve is located near front of hood on the engine block between the fuel injectors.
Fuel filter.Fuel filter.
If your Civic is carburated, is doesn't have a pcv valve. All you can do is replace the filter on the side of the air cleaner assembly.....For fuel injection, check your intake (PGM-FI). Theres 3 hoses coming out towards the front of the car, the biggest hose (middle) goes to the pcv valve. Just pull the valve out and disconnect from the hose and replace it.....
its right on the fuel rail.
Does it have a mechanical fuel pump? I don't know much about the Isuzu's, but a mechanical fuel pump, the type that was attached to the side of the engine, could develop a type of leak that allowed fuel to be pumped into the engine. Other possibilities would be a leaky injector or a stuck needle/seat (if it's not fuel injected) that leaks into a faulty PCV valve.
a new one? one that fits.. the hose itself sould be between your intake and valve cover