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where is the pvc valve located on a 99 TA?

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    Red face where is the pvc valve located on a 99 TA?

    want to replace my pvc valve but can't fine it.where is it located?

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    There is a hose that runs to the passenger side of the intake, just behind the throttle body. The PCV is an integral part of the hose assembly and replacement can be accomplished, but requires a little modification to utilize an aftermarket valve. I highly recommend that you consider a quality catch can in the system to cut down on the oil that gets sucked into the intake.

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    I have had the car since new and now with 45,000 miles I am yet to lose any oil between oil changes,maybe because the car is never driven more than 2000 miles a year. But where would I find a catch can if I decide to get one?

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    Most of the F-body vendors offer them. I was real impressed with ours made by Elite Engineering. It has a machined aluminum body, bolts up to the passenger side head, and looks great. Also has a nice threaded cup with an o-ring seal - the quality is top notch.


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