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Old 12-27-2010, 01:07 PM   #21
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The EGR is right behind the throttle body, and I believe your PVC valve is located on the passenger side top of your UIM Should have a cover that says PCV on it.
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Excellent!! Will be getting out there in about an hour to start my day of car work. Basically just do the tests (like this one https://www.gmforum.com/normal-maintainence-138/change-pcv-valve-supercharged-engine-279060/ ) and such?
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Can't find PVC.... IAC screwhead is bitten up, no phillips can turn it and I used a flathead and got it to move halfway but its still in there.

EGR... is that the canister with a plug on top? Those bolts are ridiculously rusty and won't budge at all even with tons of wd40. Ugh..

Sorry ot complain! any suggestions?
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More penetrating oil, perhaps a little heat, sometimes if you put a breaker bar on it and pull, then tap on top with a hammer, the shock will help break it loose.
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try unplugging the MAF sensor, take it for a drive and see if it still stalls out
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I didn't have a spring when I removed my PCV valve cover...
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I've unplugged it(thought I mentioned in thread) and it did still stall out. Its not that issue.

Shook PVC, it rattled. Putting it back in now. Next step?
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Can you here the PCV valve rattle? Not sure if the NA engine has a spring.
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I think I broke my MAP sensor just now. :/
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Okay, when I took the MAP off to get to PCV, the bottom square of map stayed connected while the top half came off. Put it back on.

After putting everything back together(plugging in MAF, TPS, IAC, inserting PCV back in and reconnecting MAP)....
Engine light flashes and runs VERY rough and chugs.

What the hell did I do to break it?
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