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The best way to find it is go and get the new IAC Valve so you know exactly what it looks like ..While at the parts store get a small tube of die electric lube and safety glasses.make sure engine is cold...Set park brake and raise hood..Disconnect negative battery cable for safety and because if you unplug IAC Valve it will cause a dash trouble light to come on if battery is connected...So..Disconnect battery..Look at the top of the engine on or behind throttle body..You may have to remove air filter..Look around top center and you should see the valve...Carefully disconnect Valve wiring connector..Remove Valve..Inspect housing for any damage or contamination..Clean with shop towel if needed...Use lube that was purchased and lube o-ring on valve..Install valve and snug the screws tight..DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN..Lube connector terminals and reconnect wiring..Install battery negative cable that was removed ..Don't OVERTIGHTEN ..Just tight enough where you can't twist it off...Start engine and test drive.....complete..
it should be in the top of the intake manifold, the air cleaner tube goes into the throttle body and there is a little line that runs from the air cleaner tube into the pcv value and is screwed into the intake manifold.
try autozone.com to see if they have your car listed for diagrams pictures and step by step instructions if your car is not listed then try your local library they have all the car manuals and even copy them for you