wayfastwhitey said:Bottom line....what you're seeing is normal. Only way to change the baffle, which is built into the valve cover, is to get a new vavle cover. But that won't fix it because it's not broken. Just take your air intake plumbing apart from time to time and wash it down with degreaser or carb and choke cleaner.
Smw72 said:I was looking to change my pcv valve on my 98 s-10 and had to call the dealership to be advised that there is no pcv valve.
SMW72 is correct, there is No PVC! My little brother is a GMC Mechanic, I asked him the same question, I got the same answer, no pvc.sandman22 said:NO PCV!!! It is a requirement in all OBD II vehicles. Without it you would have fuel fumes in the oil sump that would thin out the oil and mess up your engine.
absolutely correct- there is no pcv on my 98 2.2 either. my airbox housing has a a small amount of oil every time i pull it. the gases are sucked out due to the vacuum right into the intake housing and are burned off- a pcv does the same thing, only it doesnt suck the oil out too. i have heard that you can retrofit a pcv to work- just a little imagination and custom work. it is a requirement that the gases be reburned, however, it doesnt take a pcv to get them back into the air/ fuel mixture- just a hose into the air box housing.sandman22 said:So how do they release the blow-by of the engine????:dunno: