The 2000 Chevrolet Silverado truck has two ports on top of the air conditioner compressor. You will add Freon through the low pressure port.
The schrader valve on the low pressure side of the system.
The 06 silverado 4.3 does not have a PCV valve.
On the 2007 Chevy, it is by the gas tank towards the middle of the box of the truck.
Ther is no PCV valve on a 06 silverado with a 4.3L engine
The PCV valve is found in the valve cover on the passenger side.
No there is not.
on the back of the gas tank
It is stuck in a rubber hose and pushed in the top of the valve cover
Drivers side valve cover towards the firewall.
The MAP (Manifold Absolute Pressure) sensor on a 2003 Silverado truck can be found on the manifold valve cover. Depending on the size of the motor, it will be in the back or near the middle in the top of the valve cover.
Loosen the bleed valve
YOU WILL FIND IT MOUNTED ON A BRACKET UNDER THE TRUCK BY THE FUEL TANK
They are hydraulic, self adjusting.
The most common cause of that is a bad EGR Valve.
depending on the motor, in all likeliness it is gong to be on the front of the engine to your right, just under the motors left valve cover.
I have an 01 Chevy 5.3 single cab short bed 4x4. The PCV valve is on the back of the left valve cover.
on the dryer on the left hand side of the hood. start with 1 can drive and add no more than 2 cans there are two hoses one small one big it is the big hose you put the freon in.
NO. The transmission in that truck is electronic. They STOPED using a modulator valve back in the late 80s.
if its a 350 remove alt. first
disconnect the hose and remove 2 bolts.
It is in the middle between the intake and the water pump.
Drivers side valve cover all the way in the back near the firewall
Connect the freon can and a gauge to the low side AC port. With the AC on high and the engine running, open the freon valve. When the gauge reads full turn the freon off and unhook the gauge.