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2005 Dodge Caravan C V Base 113 WB

2005 Dodge Caravan C V
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Front Wheel Drive, 3 Door Cargo Van
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April 16, 2012, 7:15 pm

Richard B
 

Question: removable PCV

What is the best way, or easiest way to remove and replace the PCV in a 3.8 dodge grand caravan 2005?
Thanks Rich rbates3944@aol.com


April 21, 2012, 9:28 am

Ron W
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I'm not aware of changing a PVC valve as being a big issue on those vehicles. If it is on the back valve cover, the upper intake plenum will probably have to be removed.

If you need a step by step procedure, you will have to buy a service manual for the vehicle.

Also check youtube as many people have posted videos of simple repairs.


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April 21, 2012, 4:50 pm

Richard B
 

Thanks for the reply. I got help hints and tried them as well as my neighbor. The little pvc just woun't come out. I understand that they can be a real problem. So the dealer removed it and replace it with the new one. Good for another 50 k miles per mechanic.
Thanks again. Rich


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