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Were is the pcv valve on a dodge intrepid 1999 2.7 liter coul that be causing oil in intake air filter and exhaust.

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Look at center of engine, at back, and you'll see a black tube coming from drivers side rocker cover, to a short black piece of rubber hose like a 90 degree elbow (which usually cracks or collapses and causes problems).
That should attach to your PCV valve.

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