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I cannot find the air/oil separator on my 1998 Chevy Cavalier

I cannot find the air/oil seperator in my 1998 Chevy Cavalier. My Haynes manual instructs to take valve cover off and there it would be but I did that and did not see it. I don't even know what one looks like.

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Turn the valve cover over it's inside the cover not on the motor.

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