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Where is located the oil breather on 1991 nissan 300zx

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Cornejo1971: There is no crank case oil breather per say. There are two PCV valves on the engine. There is one located on the intake plenum on each side. Typically there are hoses which come off the tops of the valve covers that go to the PCV valves.

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