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1992 Metro PCV valve location; where is it?
Topic Started: Jun 7 2009, 10:35 PM (1,118 Views)
bigb34
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Hello again. Thanks for all your help on the O2 sensor issue. Now I need to know where the PCV vavle is. Can someone please explain to me where it is, or post some pics?

Thanks alot.

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Johnny Mullet
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Look for the hose that goes from the valve cover to the air filter housing. The hose also goes right down to the PCV valve held in with 2 screws.
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wikityler
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While replacing the PCV valve I recommend you also replace the phillips screws with hex head bolts. It only costs ~40 cents. Once the stock screws start to rust they will become very difficult to remove, and if they get stripped it's a bitch to extract them from the intake manifold. (I'm talking from experience here)

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bigb34
Jun 7 2009, 10:35 PM
Hello again. Thanks for all your help on the O2 sensor issue. Now I need to know where the PCV vavle is. Can someone please explain to me where it is, or post some pics?

Thanks alot.

I'm not sure what you are doing with it (just replacing the PCV?) but I will be doing a catch can mod on mine in the very near future. Keep an eye on my website for the details. Well, I'll probably start a thread here as well when I do it. I'm waiting on engine parts and clutch info before I can put everything back together so I have to find something to kill some time this week. The catch can will probably keep me busy for a day!

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