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I'm going to have the car in for new plugs & wires, and going to go ahead and have the PCV valve replaced. I'm going to be supplying the parts to the shop. When looking up the PCV valve, I see 2 options. With, and without electric heated pcv. How can I determine which valve I need to order?
 

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Just wondering why you are spending $$$ at a shop to do such simple maintenance?

Plugs and wires on a Vulcan is at most an hour job taking your time, and PCV replacement takes 2 minutes max.
 

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Just wondering why you are spending $$$ at a shop to do such simple maintenance?

Plugs and wires on a Vulcan is at most an hour job taking your time, and PCV replacement takes 2 minutes max.
I'm physically disabled and unable to do my own maint. I cleaned my MAF, and IAC a couple weeks ago ,and that put me in bed for nearly 3 days... :(
 
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