Q: I am looking for the blow off valve on a 2018 jetta 1.4 tsi

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I want to find the location for my Blow off valve do i can install a adaptor that i got for it but i look and still can find it even looking for videos but theres no info

My car has 400 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

Blow off valves or blow by valves are typically located on the turbocharger itself. I would recommend searching for this particular part near or on the engine’s turbocharger.

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