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    i want to knw the location of pcv valve .. is it pcv valve ? if not what is the exact location of it...thanx advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by searchingeyez View Post
    i want to knw the location of pcv valve .. is it pcv valve ? if not what is the exact location of it...thanx advance
    Is that Honda City's crank case?

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    Quote Originally Posted by uiv View Post
    Is that Honda City's crank case?
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    @poster. I don't think so. This particular pipe goes to the throttle. The other one stuck to it carries coolant. If they are old do not mess with them. I broke it on my city and it was a real PITA finding a new one.

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    yes it is honda city 1999 1.5 exi.... canu plz tell me the location of pcv ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by searchingeyez View Post
    yes it is honda city 1999 1.5 exi.... canu plz tell me the location of pcv ?
    Alright, in old D series, PCV is located on the back on the engine, beneath the IM, on a black body, next to the oil filter.


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    I broke it on my city and it was a real PITA finding a new one.
    Then don't find a new one. DIY an oil catch can instead. Your engine would thank you for that.

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    its just a breather pipe. not a pcv.
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    plz tell me why to use catch can if i replace pvc valve .. i saw some black liquid in air manifold while caliberating tps n i was anxious abt it what is it and what to do to cure it

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    Quote Originally Posted by uiv View Post
    Alright, in old D series, PCV is located on the back on the engine, beneath the IM, on a black body, next to the oil filter.



    Then don't find a new one. DIY an oil catch can instead. Your engine would thank you for that.

    Dont remind of that POS design, I mean zalalat khi hudd hai kaheen aur nahin lagaya jasakta thaa ye PCV - woh bhi plastic ka?
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    Quote Originally Posted by searchingeyez View Post
    plz tell me why to use catch can if i replace pvc valve .. i saw some black liquid in air manifold while caliberating tps n i was anxious abt it what is it and what to do to cure it
    A PCV is a one-way valve. It takes the crank gases to the IM. It's a breather for crank case.

    Now, those crank and head gases are not dry, they have suspended oil particles in them. That's why breather pipe from engine has hot water line going along side: to keep those gases warm, so that they may not stick to the intake pipe.
    The suspended oil is not exactly healthy for your engine, it causes all kind of problems like MAP/MAF failure, lowering fuel octane to cause detonation, brunt valves, carbon deposits etc.
    An oil catch can's job is to trap those oil particles, and return cleaner air to the engine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    Dont remind of that POS design, I mean zalalat khi hudd hai kaheen aur nahin lagaya jasakta thaa ye PCV - woh bhi plastic ka?
    Still better than the newer Honda engines where the whole IM and tapper cover is plastic.
    Are they safe? I've always wondered: won't the IM just go khud-kush on the first sign of backfire?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    Dont remind of that POS design, I mean zalalat khi hudd hai kaheen aur nahin lagaya jasakta thaa ye PCV - woh bhi plastic ka?
    O seriously......... lolx mine is just on tappet cover love old school for its simplicity
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    Quote Originally Posted by uiv View Post
    A PCV is a one-way valve. It takes the crank gases to the IM. It's a breather for crank case.

    Now, those crank and head gases are not dry, they have suspended oil particles in them. That's why breather pipe from engine has hot water line going along side: to keep those gases warm, so that they may not stick to the intake pipe.
    The suspended oil is not exactly healthy for your engine, it causes all kind of problems like MAP/MAF failure, lowering fuel octane to cause detonation, brunt valves, carbon deposits etc.
    An oil catch can's job is to trap those oil particles, and return cleaner air to the engine.

    Honda already provided a poor excuse of a catch can on the D engines. Does it work? - its moot.


    now back to that heated pipe - its usually rusted away due to air pockets - reason given to owner - "coolant mein tezaab hota hai" -

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    Quote Originally Posted by uiv View Post
    Still better than the newer Honda engines where the whole IM and tapper cover is plastic.
    Are they safe? I've always wondered: won't the IM just go khud-kush on the first sign of backfire?

    The new R18 engine also has no exhaust manifold, its literally an oval flange. The engine is wheezy and yes it does blow apart the intake manifold on backfire - seen lots of them here in the US.
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