It is located towards the rear of the car on the intake manifold
For more info refer to haynes manual or service manual
I found the PCV valve on my 1989 Honda Accord DX (carbureted). It is at the rear side of the engine almost directly below the center of the front edge of the top of the air cleaner housing. The valve is mounted vertically in the intake manifold. The only difficulty is that the air cleaner housing has to be removed -- four nuts, as well as a number of vacuum hoses disconnected. Also ideally I need to do the whole procedure again as I didn't get the valve to seat well in the manifold; I need to find a 2" long (approx.), about 1/2 inch in diameter, piece of copper pipe or somthing similar to tap the valve down into the manifold firmly.
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.
No, the 88 is the 3rd generation and the 92 is the 4th generation.
Its on the rear of the passenger side valve cover if's it's a V8. Remove the doghouse and you will find the vacuum connection for the PCV on the very rear of the intake plenum. Follow the hose down to the PCV valve.
Generally you will find a PCV valve somewhere on one of the valve covers, with a hose the connects to it.
The standard 98 hp engine has a carburetor. The optional 16 valve SOHC 120 hp engine was fuel injected.
Most are locatedon back of your intake in the middle.
Listed on driver's door post.
The computer is located underneath the driver's side seat
front side of plastic intake manifold
It's going to be off the valve cover(s) one or the other. Plugged right into it.