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Um, not sure how you know that the pcv valve is closing or opening without using a vacuume guage but it should be open when your engine is running. it operates from manifold vacuume which is high at idle revs. If yo remove it you should be able to shake it and feel/hear the valve clicking back and forth inside. This valve is directional and should only fit one way, if there is an arrow marked on it, it should point towards the intake manifold or away from the rocker cover where it is located.
Vacuum hose is sold at many store in rolls, you would measure how much you need and replace the pieces one at a time, so as not to get them confused. They also come in many sizes, so you should take the a sample of each size you find to get the right replacement. Be blessed.
You have a rolling code system.Rolling code program requires you push a learn /program button on the GDO reciever at your home. Its located on your garage door reciever under the light cover. on you garage door unit. Use the garage door manufacture instruction to program the learn to recieve and accept home system for the garage door opener in your car
If no one has removed the EGR valve and inspected and cleaned it that could very well be your problem. If a pice of debris, ( chunk of carbon) has become lodged in the EGR valve that will definately cause rough idle and stalling. There are 2 bolts that mount the EGR valve to the intake manifold. center rear ov the intake manifold. You will have to disconnect 1 elecrtical plug on the EET ( Electronic EGR Transducer) to get it out and the EET has 1 vacuume supply hose to disconnect also. takes about one half hour to pull it off and reinstall it. When you take it off, you need to inspect the mounting surface and 2 exhaust gas ports. if a large build up is present you need to clean really good. a wire bore brush and carb cleaner works well for me. make sure the valve moves and seats fully. if you can apply vacuume to the top port and make sure the valve opens and closes when vacuume is released. If it does not, or you have a vacuume leak in the EGR valve you would need to replace it. they run about $80.00 to $100.00 at your local autoparts store. Also replace the EGR gasket when and if you reinstall the old EGR valve. a new valve typically comes with a new gasket.
you need to replace glass or is it leaking if leaking then you have to remove upper seat belt covers pop off remove bolt 14mm and the trims on upper pillars pry off carefully held in by clips remove covers on interior light at front where sunroof switches are there are screws by bulbs disconnect connector remove center light cover and screws disconnect connector with clean hands remove rbber trim around sunroof opening and plastic cover on each side of sunroof glass held on with plastic screw clips then remove four 10mm nuts lift sunroof glass out of car remove cover and screws from rearview mirror all plastic trims around headliner move pass seat forward most and flip back rest all way down roll pass window fully down then slide headliner out of car now you can remove electrical connectors and remove water flow hoses from sunroof unit remove 8 12mm nuts holding frame to roof remove through door you will see the track sunroof slides on remove nuts along problem is silicone between track and frame is deteriorated lift track clean replace silicone reattach frame to roof dont put trims or liner in till test connect switches and glass to frame make sure sunroof works and closes fully then go through car wash to see if leak is fixed
The heater control valve is most likely stuck.
Under the hood, find the heater hoses and follow them to the firewall. One of them will have a valve unit, controled by vacuume. Insure the vacuume hose is connected not cracked or broken. If not the unit itself may need to be replaced.
Could be you can open it (temporary) by hand to make sure it's the problem.
Sorry for the delay I had to look at the book The control switches are vacuume controled. Check along the firewall "The pannel that seperates the passanger compartment from the engine compartment" Look for 2 small lines side by side these are the the vacuume control lines chech that they have not become dryrotted cracked or disconected from the intake 1st. If all is ok under the hood you will have to remove the control. Describing how to do this would be verry complicated in this forum. my advice is to use a chiltons manuel as it has diagrams and step by step instructions. most auto parts stores will let you look up this for free. You don't have to buy the book. Just ask. If it is the switch soaking in hot water with dish soap will will normally clean it
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