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This is a discussion on PCV valve... within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I'm wanting to change out my pcv, (03 wagon, 99,000) but frankly, I don't know where it is!!! I changed ...

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    PCV valve...

    I'm wanting to change out my pcv, (03 wagon, 99,000) but frankly, I don't know where it is!!! I changed it on my 83 GL, so I'm thinking it might be down there underneath the intercooler. There are a couple of photos posted here, but I couldn't really orient them. Help please.

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    As soon as I posted this, several former posts about the pcv came up...posts that did not come up in the search. Found what I need...thanks everyone.

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    standing in front of the car, facing the engine, it's located to the passenger-side back of the intake manifold, low, and points toward the transmission area. located to the pass side of the throttle-body.
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