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PCV Valve/Where in the hell?!?

Where is the damn thing?
and whats the best way to get at it?

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  • altima1 Nov 08, 2008

    where's is the damn pvc valve? near the oil filter? where? my engine is exactly the same and i have a 98 altima.

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Pcv valve is right next to the IAC valve. right below the valve. That PCV valve is a bare to replace on your car. good luck with that.

Posted on Sep 01, 2008

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Sometimes they are built in to valve cover

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