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    Mississauga, Ontario
  • Present cars
    08 Cayenne, 04 VW .:R32, 12 VW Tiguan
  1. Once the car warms up, youll hear a whistling noise if its the pcv valve sounds like a bearing going when it gets bad ebough. But once warmed up after 20-30 mibutes of driving I would notice that at a stop light the car would idle at 800 and fluctuate up to 1200 and just flutter between those rpm's. Normal driving was fine. theres also a hole near where the PCV valve is on the valve cover that you can put your finger over and if you feel air/vacuum... its time to replace. Sent from my SM-G950W using Tapatalk
  2. JUST completed this to fix my torn PCV. Took my DIY skills to the next level for sure... got some good tips here to remove that T25 screw inserted vertically. Car starts up great. First test tomorrow! Thanks for this awesome and detailed DIY tutorial!! Sent from my SM-G950W using Tapatalk
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