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    Default Santro pcv valve

    yar i have heard about PCV (Positive crankcase ventilation) VALVE which is responsible for oil consumption and provide a vent to the high pressure in the crankcase so the oil instead of burn out it recycled to the sump, it is very cheap and should be changed at every engine oil change, but when i ask here in ISLAMABAD about the PCV valve in all the shops of the market, they even dont know the PCV valve, may be there is some local name for the PCV valve, so if anyone know the local name please provide information to me. this valve is connected through a hose pipe.

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    PCV also known as "one way valve" located on the back left of the tappet cover in a santro. (you'll see two pipes at the back, it's the one on the left - dark green shade made out of metal). you do not need to change it with every oil change ... just get it cleaned during every engine tune-up and you'll be fine ... these valves last for at least 100,000 kms. just keep them clean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ngen View Post
    PCV also known as "one way valve" located on the back left of the tappet cover in a santro. (you'll see two pipes at the back, it's the one on the left - dark green shade made out of metal). you do not need to change it with every oil change ... just get it cleaned during every engine tune-up and you'll be fine ... these valves last for at least 100,000 kms. just keep them clean.
    @ngen

    Yes you are absolutly right

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    Thanks for the reply

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    Quote Originally Posted by santro_lover View Post
    Thanks for the reply
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    Quote Originally Posted by ngen View Post
    PCV also known as "one way valve" located on the back left of the tappet cover in a santro. (you'll see two pipes at the back, it's the one on the left - dark green shade made out of metal). you do not need to change it with every oil change ... just get it cleaned during every engine tune-up and you'll be fine ... these valves last for at least 100,000 kms. just keep them clean.
    hello sir.
    can you plz help me to find the PCV valve for Lancer 1991 model.
    plz check the follow thread as i am still waiting someone to assist me.
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/oil...-lancer-1990-a
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