Thanks *Fuddy*. I'll keep up the hunt for that fabled PCV this weekend when the temperature gets above freezing here in North Jersey. You don't hear this part failing too often, which is probably a good reason why PCV'* do not receive much *press* around here or anywhere else. I can give anyone that has this Series I engine some advise when removing the plastic cover in the cold. Make sure you warm the engine up before you attempt to remove the cover. And after you remove the cover, keep it in a warm place. If you don't, you risk of breaking the plastic clip that holds the cover onto the fuel rail. So be careful this winter when removing/replacing that cover. There!!! I actually feel like I contributed something to this *organization*!
2006 Salsa Vibe
2002 Snap Orange Beetle - Turbo
1991 Olds "Orphaned" 88 - Donated to Science!