Recurring P0101

Re: Recurring P0101

Postby Leeann_93 » August 12th 2020, 4:34am

Awesome. Unfortunately, sometimes you do get what you pay for...
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Re: Recurring P0101

Postby tonydobbs » August 12th 2020, 5:02am

pmou wrote:So the actual delco check valve solved the vent issue. I think that dorman was either defective or just useless. Not sure, but would not recommend. Luckily only a few dollars lost. Replaced the PCV hose with 1/2 ID Mishimoto "universal catch can hose" it was a bit tricky to get to slide on as it's a bit stiffer than what was on there, but it seems like it should hold up well. Thanks for all the help everyone, that one is solved. :cheers:

What's the part number on that delco check valve? I want to pick up a spare for when mine dies.
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Re: Recurring P0101

Postby pmou [OP] » August 12th 2020, 5:10am

tonydobbs wrote:
pmou wrote:So the actual delco check valve solved the vent issue. I think that dorman was either defective or just useless. Not sure, but would not recommend. Luckily only a few dollars lost. Replaced the PCV hose with 1/2 ID Mishimoto "universal catch can hose" it was a bit tricky to get to slide on as it's a bit stiffer than what was on there, but it seems like it should hold up well. Thanks for all the help everyone, that one is solved. :cheers:

What's the part number on that delco check valve? I want to pick up a spare for when mine dies.


I actually prime'd it here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0016I0E42/re ... mFb54E3Q9X

Looks like GM part number is 15-50568 / 15733271 according to that
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Re: Recurring P0101

Postby tonydobbs » August 12th 2020, 5:16am

Thanks, saved it to my list of crap to buy later.
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