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Honda Accord PCV Valve Replacement Guide
A pictures illustrated guide for how to replace the PCV valve in a 2008 to 2010 Honda Accord with the 2.4L I4 engine.

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Paul B. Michaels
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Auto Mechanic Since 1989

Honda 2.4L I4 DOHC Engine
Water Pump & Alternator
PCV Valve & Vacuum Line
This automotive "how-to" guide was specifically written to assist owners of the 2009 Honda Accord LX Premium Sedan with the 2.4 Liter four cylinder engine in replacing the PCV valve.

Owners of other eighth generation Honda Accord coupe or sedan vehicles from 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 & 2012 should also find this guide to be useful.

Other Honda vehicles such as the Civic, Element, Insight, Pilot, Fit, CR-V, Ridgeline, and Odyssey may have similar PCV (positive crankcase ventilation) valve replacement procedures.

To complete this procedure, you'll need a new PCV valve such as the Purolator PV1093 for the 2.4L engine.

A few other compatible PCV valves with their part numbers are as follows: Honda 17130-RBB-A01, Standard Motor V379, Wells PCV389, Airtex 6P1258 and Beck Arnley 045-0357.

The only tools needed are a pair of needle nose pliers and a 17mm deep well socket with a ratcheting wrench.

Needle Nose Pliers
Loosen Hose Clamp
Pull Back Hose Clamp
The first step is to locate the PCV valve and vacuum line going into the intake manifold located just above the alternator and below the water pump.

Look for the red arrows in the first three pictures on this page.

Vacuum Hose Clamp Removed
Wiggle Off Vacuum Line
17mm Socket & Wrench
Then use a pair of needle nose pliers to pinch and slide back the metal hose clamp that secures the vacuum line to the PCV valve's metal nipple.

Once the hose clamp is out of the way, pull on the vacuum hose to remove it from the PCV.

Wiggling the hose helps if you have trouble removing it.

17mm Socket On PCV
Twist PCV Counter Clockwise
PCV Valve Removed
With the vacuum line removed, place the deep well 17mm socket and ratcheting wrench on the end of the PCV valve and turn it counter clockwise to loosen it.

Once you have it spinning, turn it by hand counter clockwise until it can be removed from the intake manifold.


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PCV Socket In Intake Manifold
Installing New PCV Valve
If the old PCV valve still rattles, it's possible that it does not need to be replaced.

You can also choose to clean the old PCV valve with brake cleaner.

A new PCV valve, such as the Purolator PV1093 for the 2.4L engine, only costs a few dollars so you might as well replace it while you have the old one out.

PCV Valve Installed
17mm Tightening PCV
Re-Attach Vacuum Line
Re-install the old PCV valve or a new one by turning it clockwise into the intake manifold by hand until it stops.

Then tighten it about a 1/4 to 1/2 turn more with a 17mm deep well socket and ratcheting wrench.

Push the vacuum hose back onto the PCV valve's nipple and replace the metal hose clamp by pinching its tabs together with the needle nose pliers.

Start up the engine and make sure it runs properly before taking it for a test drive.

Push Hose On
Put Hose Clamp Back On
Job Done!
For more of my automotive how-to guides and product review, click on the following links: Honda Accord Engine Oil Change Guide, Honda Accord Headlight Bulbs Replacement Guide, Honda Accord Cabin Air Filter Replacement Guide, Honda Accord Tail Light Bulbs Replacement Guide, Honda Accord Front Brake Pads Replacement Guide, Honda Accord Rear Brake Pads Replacement Guide, Honda Accord Overhead Map Light Bulbs Replacement Guide, Honda Accord Key Fob Remote Battery Cleaning/Replacement Guide, 2009 Honda Accord Review, WeatherTech FloorLiner Car Mats Review, Meguiar's Headlight Restoration Kit Review, Zaino Bros Show Car Polish Review, Corroded Car Battery Terminal Replacement Guide, Falken Ziex ZE-512 Tire Review, K&N Air Filter Cleaning Guide, and Fuzion ZRi Tire Review.

For more, check out my other 2008-2012 Honda Accord Repair & Maintenance Guides.

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