Question about Toyota Camry
Your PCV should be in one of the valve covers on top of the engine, with a pretty decent sized hose going from it to your intake manifold. They usually just pull out and push in, no tools needed. At most maybe a screwdriver for a little leverage.
If you suspect that it's failed, I wouldn't bother cleaning it. Just buy a new one, they're available everywhere and they're not very expensive.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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