It is on the driver's side on the valve cover. it has a rubber hose going to it. you just pull it out and it(pcv) will be on the end of it. I just replaced mine for the first time and had trouble finding it myself. It could be on either engine valve cover, but it's the only hose that runs directly from the valve cover to the air filter/ throttle body. The filter is on the valve side of this hose.
No, it does not.
The 1998 and newer S10 with the 2.2L engine does not have a serviceable pcv valve.
I have a service manual picture doesnt really explain anything pcv is not really visible. The 2.2 1998 and up had a non-serviceable PCV system built into the valve cover.
If that S10 has the 2.2 L engine, it doesn't have a serviceable PCV valve.
I would say that my 1998 S-10 does not have a PCV valve, at all, anywhere.
The PCV valve is in the passenger side valve cover of the engine with a hose leading to the intake.
The 1998 Cavalier does have a PCV valve. The valve is in the side of the valve cover, held in by a metal ring.
Yes, all cavaliers from any year have Positive Crankcase Ventilation (PCV) valves.
There is no PCV valve on the 2.2 Liter engine.
about 6 spark plugs, new distributor rotor, distrubutor cap(if needed),PCV valve & possibly new wires(plugs). Hope this helps
1998 and newer 2.2L engine does not have a serviceable pcv valve.
The PCV valve for a 2000 Blazer is mounted in the top of the valve cover. The valve plugs in and easily replaced.