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Your Honda Odyssey will be happy to know that the search for the right PCV Valve Grommet products you’ve been looking for is over! Advance Auto Parts has 5 different PCV Valve Grommet for your vehicle, ready for shipping or in-store pick up. The best part is, our Honda Odyssey PCV Valve Grommet products start from as little as $1.66.
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When replacing PCV valve, it's a good idea to replace the grommet too. It makes for a better seal.This was for a 2000 Honda Accord SE 4 cyl.
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From PSL, FL
A crankcase ventilation system is a way for gases to escape in a controlled manner from the crankcase of an internal combustion engine. A common type of such system is a positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) system, the heart of which is a PCV valve-a variable-restriction valve that can react to changing pressure values and intermittently allow the passage of the gases to their intended destination (which nowadays is the engine's intake stream). Internal combustion inevitably involves a small but continual amount of blow-by, which occurs when some of the gases from the combustion leak past the piston rings (that is, blow by them) to end up inside the crankcase. The gases could be vented through a simple hole or tube directly to the atmosphere, or they could "find their own way out" past baffles or past the oil seals of shafts or the gaskets of bolted joints. This is not a problem from a mechanical engineering viewpoint alone; but from other viewpoints, such as cleanliness for the user and environmental protection, such simple ventilation methods are not enough; escape of oil and gases must be prevented via a closed system that routes the escaping gases to the engine's intake stream and allows fresh air to come in.
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From Huntsville, Alabama
This product fit perfectly and was very simple to install.
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