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Pcv valve I just purchased a 2001 corvette in August with 21,000 miles on it and it is using about a quart of oil every 2500 miles. I looked for a pcv valve , thinking it may need changing but did not find one, It has the LS1 engine. Doe's this engine have a pcv valve? Thank you. Tom.

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The valve is inside the breather tube itself. sebring1962@yahoo.com

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