PCV VENTIL GM GMC 1960-90
The PCV valve is an important part of the engine even though it may not look it. PCV stands for Positive Crankcase Ventilation. The PCV valve was the first of the emission system components to be put into production vehicles. Critical to Emissions Compliance Testing, FRAM® PCV Valves can help ensure that your vehicle meets the emissions standards. Regular maintenance helps avoid poor engine performance, rough idling, and stalling.
To test the PCV valve, start the engine, pull the valve out of the valve cover and put your thumb over the hole in the end. If you hear a little click, then the PCV valve is good. If there is no vacuum at the hole, either the valve is bad or the hose is bad.
To see if the hose is bad, pull the hose off and put your thumb over the end. If there is vacuum, replace the PCV valve. If not, replace the hose. It's important to note that PCV valves are sized for specific engine applications. The wrong PCV valve for an application can flow too much or too little air causing driveability problems.
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Alternate/OEM Part Number(s): 154710, 3542, 3543, 5649688, 6418438, 6421236, 6421237, 6421973, 6422038, 6422380, 6422717, 6422718, 6484603, 6484604, 6484849, 6484850, 6487422, 6487760, 8997683, C7RA6A666K, FV237DP, GMV103, GMV106, J0154710