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How do I replace the pcv ? i have done my own tune-up,but never changed this myself,so I don't know where it goes

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PCV are generally located on one of the 2 valve covers if you have the replacement part look for it on the valve covers.

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Got my engine light look at and the code was the catalytic below treshold. I need to know if its the oxygen sensor or the calalytic converter


A PCV Valve never needs to be replaced,ever

Other than maybe a little squirt once every 5 years
with brakleen. NOTHING HAPPENS TO IT

Your asking for someone to diagnose your vehicle
without a vehicle to diagnose or test

If we were in 1970, maybe we could guess,not since then

Your front O2 Sensors,the ones closest to the engine should
be replaced at 100,000 miles,even if they work. They slow
down & don't last much after that

In my world a Tune-Up has not existed in 25 years
Your not tuning anything
Since 1983 the on board ecm/pcm (computers) do the
tuning & only spark plugs are left
Would be nice if the repair shops stopped pitching that
nonsense & throwing plugs at every vehicle & just diagnosed
why your there in the first place.
No Road Test ---leave with your car,find another shop
It isn't a guessing game,it is high tech

You have to ask for & understand the fault codes & when you
come here give them to us

Below Threshold would possibly indicate a defective converter
I say defective because worn out,& due to be replaced, would
require up to 12 or 14 years in service

So your car has had many unsolved issues for years ,most likely
& now the result is converter damage

The root cause now has to be determined

Don't see why you mentioned oil change,you have
much more to worry able than oil

Have you ever changed the power steering,trans or brake
fluids, on all your vehicles, every 3 years,brakes every two?

May 17, 2012 | 2004 Pontiac Vibe

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Is the pcv valve replaceable in the 2001 Sunfire 2.2L engine or is it built in to the valve cover


Yes the PCV can be replaced. It seals into a rubber grommet in the valve cover. See pitcure of valve below.


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Sep 23, 2011 | 2001 Pontiac Sunfire

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My car has hit the 200,000 mile mark a little while ago. I like doing the stuff myself, but am not sure what all goes into the tune-up. What all should be changed/done for a 200,000 mile tune-up?


the wuggles, A complete tune-up should include: spark plugs, wires, PCV valve, fuel filter and air filter. Change the oil and filter and add some injector cleaner to your gas tank. Also, check all of the vacuum hoses for any deterioration and replace any that look bad. Also, when is the last time you changed the transmission fluid and filter and your coolant? It's good to hear from someone doing preventative maintenance for a change instead of waiting for problems to occur. My hat is off to you. Good luck with this.

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My 1994 ford escort won't "get up" when i give it gas.


Thanks for choosing FixYa and welcome. You need to check your fuel filter and make sure it is not clogged. If you haven't had a tune up in a long time, try getting it done. Go ahead and replace the spark plugs/coils and wires. If you have a distributor, change the distributor cap, and coil packs. It is possible that you have a vacuum leak. Check your pcv valve also. If you have a check engine light on, take it to Autozone and have it scanned. They do this for free and it can lead straight to the problem. This way, you are not guessing and waisting money on parts you don't need. You may also want to check and make sure the fuel pump is working correctly. Check your fuel pressure to rule out any fuel issues. If the pressure is good, get the tune up done.

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What does a major tune up for a 2004 chevy impala consist of? What should be done and needs to be done?


New spark plugs, oil and oil filter, transmission flush and fill, fuel filter, air filter, coolant flush and fill, clean throttle body plate and bore, clean the MAF sensor, replace any loose or cracked vacuum lines, PCV valve, new air filter, new battery.

99% of the time all you should ever need for a tune up is new spark plugs, and a clean air filter and throttle body. But since your inquiry indicated "major" I gave it more critical thought.

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@ what milage should I get a tune up?


While you should regularly change filters (air, fuel, cabin) a "tune up" should be done at 100k. Today a tune up only consist of replacing spark plugs, wires (if applicable), PCV valve and filters. Replace the plugs and wires with OEM parts. The price difference is marginal and it's not worth chancing it with aftermarket parts. I've seen some driveability issues caused by non oem plugs and it's not fun doing a job twice.

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WHAT PARTS DO I NEED TO TUNE UP MY 2003 GMC YUKON XL


you don have to do much to that gmc as long the coil is good, just replace all 8 spark plugs, air filter and basic oil and filter change; use good brands of oil, such as castro, mobile, shells ect. if your the original owner and have high miles and never have replace thermostat, I would go ahead and have it done, I would not wait until it fail and over heat on you. if you have done lot of pulling with your vehicle and have 75-100k mile, have your transmission flush with new filter, it will give the tanny life last a bit longer.

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2001 hyundai accent stalls or just turns off when slowing down.


Go to www.hmaservice.com and register( Vehicle by VIN). Afterward, you have access to shop manuals, service bulletins, wiring diagrams, etc. about your vehicle.

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Tune up


Find a slot for that thing on your computer tower or desk top. Thanks!

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