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Old 30 Sep 2003, 04:43 pm
ROB
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Default Where is the PCV valve on a 92 Integra?

I just bought a replacement, and I can't seem to find where it's supposed to
go...

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ROB


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Old 30 Sep 2003, 09:07 pm
Bobby Creech
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Default Re: Where is the PCV valve on a 92 Integra?

Here you go........ from http://www.g2ic.com/ Teg Tips.
PCV Valve Replacement.

A Bad PCV Valve sometimes causes decreased gas mileage. Depending on the age
of your engine, this plastic valve could be rather easy or extremely
difficult to remove. Do yourself a favor and CHECK FIRST to see if it needs
to be replaced.

To CHECK: At engine idle, lightly pinch the hose connecting the PCV Valve to
the Intake Manifold. If there is a clicking sound coming from the PCV valve,
it is fine. If not, you may need to replace the PCV Valve.

What you Need:

New PCV Valve (~$3 aftermarket; ~$14 OEM Honda Part)

1. Look at the throttle body assembly. You are going to see a mess of vacuum
hoses running all over the throttle body, the one that you need to be
concerned about is the hose that's on the right hand front side of the
throttle body.

2. Once you find that hose follow it down to the intake runners. The hose
will lead you to the left (passenger side) of the engine, kind of right
behind the oil fill cap.

3. The PCV valve has a 90 degree bend on the top of it were the vacuum hose
from the throttle body hooks to it.

4. The easy way to remove the PCV valve is to gently rock it side to side as
you pull upward. Once you have it out, you can disconnect the vacuum hose
from the throttle body.

5. Installation is the reverse.

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> I just bought a replacement, and I can't seem to find where it's supposed

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> go...
>
> Thanks,
> ROB
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Old 30 Sep 2003, 11:08 pm
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Default Re: Where is the PCV valve on a 92 Integra?

ROB wrote:

> I just bought a replacement, and I can't seem to find where it's supposed to
> go...
>
> Thanks,
> ROB
>
>


My 91 Teg doesn't have one

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Old 01 Oct 2003, 05:05 pm
Marc-André Goulet
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Default Re: Where is the PCV valve on a 92 Integra?

How come you don't have a pcv valve when they are found on EVERY B18 engines
?
You probably mean you didn't find it ... Look carefully near the intake
manifold...

If you don't have such a valve, the air pressure in the oil pan and in the
bottom of the engine will most likely increase and cause damages...


"Franz Bestuchev" <fbestuchev@n05p4m.userealsugar.com> a écrit dans le
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> ROB wrote:
>
> > I just bought a replacement, and I can't seem to find where it's

supposed to
> > go...
> >
> > Thanks,
> > ROB
> >
> >

>
> My 91 Teg doesn't have one
>



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