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looking at the engine from front it should be in the right valve cover. a hose comes from the pcv valve to throttle body.to replace it, just pull up on valve to release from rubber grommet. have a good day !!
If your engine reaches normal operating temperature then it sounds like the heater valve is not operating. Find the valve on the engine firewall passenger side and manually open the valve. Find it by following the 3/4 inch heater hose to the firewall where it is connected to the valve. Most likely the cable ( or vaccum hose)from the temperature dial to the valve needs replacing.
if there pipes or tubes on top of your exhaust manifold that is where your EGR valve should be. if you want diagrams or text to help fix this problem i suggest the book from Chilton. they tend to explain thing pretty well.
The PCV valve connects the crankcase to the intake manifold from a location more-or-less opposite the breather connection. Translation - The PCV valve on your engine is threaded into the intake manifold.
The PCV valve can be located in several places. The most common location is in a rubber grommet in the valve cover. It can be installed in the middle of the hose connections, as well as installed directly in the intake manifold.
Once the PCV valve is located, make sure all the PCV system hoses are properly connected and that they have no breaks or cracks.
Remove the air cleaner and inspect the air and crankcase filters. Crankcase blowby can clog these with oil. Clean or replace such filters.
Oil in the air cleaner assembly indicates that the PCV valve or hoses are plugged.
Make sure you check these and replace the valve and clean the hoses and air cleaner assembly.
When the PCV valve and hose are in satisfactory condition and there is oil in the air cleaner assembly, perform a cylinder compression test to check for worn cylinders and piston rings.