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This is a discussion on pcv driver side within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; hello i own a 2002 trans am ws6 and i was trying to remove my rotten pcv hose and it ...

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    2002 trans am pcv driver side

    hello i own a 2002 trans am ws6 and i was trying to remove my rotten pcv hose and it was deteriorated in the front and in the back behind the intake manifold and now i cant get the other half of the hose off the drivers side theres too much stuff in the way to pull the hose out
    Last edited by Nick Schiro; 09-30-2016 at 08:29 PM.

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    The rear of the drivers side valve cover you will see a port that connects to the hose and the cover. With a flat tip screw driver you can pop it off and carefully remove the hose around the back of the intake. There is on the same side your OPSU (Oil Pressure Sending Unit) that is very, very easy to crack. After you snake the pcv hose out you have a few options that are a hell of a lot cheaper to fix it then buying the replacement one and still have a badly design product.

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