Question about 2004 Chevrolet Aveo
Trying to replace pcv valve cannot find where it goes
The rear most valve cover. Follow the hose from the Throttle Body and it leads right to it. A little Gumout to clean the old one and you're in business. Don't waste your money buying a new one. PCV can always be cleaned. You should consider cleaning the IAC (make sure the battery is disconnected first) as you will need to remove it, or simply buy a new one for $6 - $10 on Ebay.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It isn't servicable. It is part of the front valve cover. It never needs to the serviced or replaced. Just make sure you change your oil when you are supposed to. Parts stores will sell you one for the older style valve covers. If you really wanted one you could put an old sytle left side valve cover on the car so you could replace it when you feel you need to. (The valve cover in front of the car is the left one.)
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
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