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Old 02-11-2004, 16:02   #1 (permalink)
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Replacing PCV Valve

Can anyone please give me some directions/tips in removing the PCV valve from a 1993 EB, i need to replace it with a new one, but cannot take it out in any way shape or form, even with the rocker cover off.

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BASH IT! break the plastic base, then buy a new one with seal.
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thats right u gotta show it whose boss.
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Just pull hard
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Re: Replacing PCV Valve

Its much easier if you remove the rocker cover and then bash the PCV valve in. The rubber seal hardens over time making it very difficult to just pull out.
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take rocker cover out. Smash the living hell out of it
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