Question about 1993 Pontiac Grand Am
Can't say for sure but every other PCV valve I ever saw had the big **** end stuck into a grommet in a valve cover and the little nozzle end stuck into a rather fat vacuum line. So what I would do is just confine my search to the valve covers and once found, I would also pull out the dry cracked old grommet and pull off the dry old cracked vacuum line and take them to an advance or autozone and have the helpful salesperson get me replacements for those also. All told your parts should be under 10 bucks and even if the PCV was not bad you have accidentally fixed some leaking vacuum.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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