- Buick Ownership
- 2013 Verano Turbo
Has anyone out there with a Verano Turbo ever changed the pcv valve? Where is it located and how hard was it to get to?
Ok,thanksI didn't think our engines have PCV valves. I know the 1.4L Ecotecs do but the 2.2L and 2.4L Ecotecs don't. My manual doesn't mention a change interval for one and I couldn't find anything on the web related to our engine, mostly 2.0 LNF links popped up.
The PCV is built into the valve cover.. You need to change the whole cover and any gaskets/seals (rear main, probably) that have been exposed due to the clogged PCV.
Yes, I've seen the TSB that states to do that.. I was told directly by my local Buick dealership that it's located in/is the valve cover and have also read it online. I have the issue with oil being consumed due to the faulty PCV.. The PCV hose is in clear view (from the valve cover to the air outlet duct).. I removed the air outlet duct and seen oil dripping from the PCV hose.. Instead of paying $650 to replace the valve cover, I'm going to pour some seafoam into the PCV hose port and let it sit for awhile + in the crankcase to try to clean it out.. I'll report back on how that goes..Thank you, But I also found something that said it was built into the Intake manifold. Instead of a PCV valve there is a small ventalation port/hole that get easily clogged. I saw something about technitions unclogging it with a drill bit. I just did the same procedure on the Verano Im working on, it was clogged solid to the point where I thought there was no hole to begin with. I redrilled it out and made it a bit bigger in with hope to prevent clogging again. Have not finished puuting it back together. Will update wben done.