Honda CR-V: PCV System

Component Location Index

Honda CR-V. PCV System

PCV Valve Inspection

1. Check the PCV valve (A), hoses (B), and connections for leaks or restrictions.

Honda CR-V. PCV System

2. At idle, make sure there is a clicking sound from the PCV valve when the hose between the PCV valve and intake manifold is lightly pinched (A) with your fingers or pliers.

If there is no clicking sound, check the PCV valve washer for cracks or damage. If the washer is OK, replace the PCV valve and recheck.

Honda CR-V. PCV System

PCV Valve Replacement

1. Disconnect the PCV hose.

2. Remove the PCV valve (A).

Honda CR-V. PCV System

3. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal with a new washer (B).

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