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My pcv valve seems to be stuck I have twisted pulled and even accidentally twin parts off trying to get the old pcv valve out any suggestions??

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If your is like my 1995 jeep, it was mounted on top of the valve cover. I had to order from the auto parts store, a new grommet that holds the pcv in place. When I got the new one in, I cut out the old grommet, and pcv valve. Over a period of time, they will kind of melt together. It was a very cheap fix. and I'm sure there are no leaks. Hope this helps

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Those vacumn lines that always have the boots and right angles that break; Okay try this;
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