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Old 06-14-2012, 03:25 PM   #1
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A lot of oil coming up threw the PVC valve. Any clue in why this would happen
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A lot of oil coming up threw the PVC valve. Any clue in why this would happen
Piston rings worn out causing excessive blow by, or the screen and valve need replacing.
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A lot of oil coming up threw the PVC valve. Any clue in why this would happen
Try a new PVC valve
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A lot of oil coming up threw the PVC valve. Any clue in why this would happen

Chefnick,

Oil can come through the PCV Valve. I would recommend replacing the PCV Valve and getting a oil catch can to start!

In most cases its normal, if there is A LOT of oil then it could be time for valve seals & rings.

I would try a new PCV and a Oil Catch Can before I ripped apart the motor(that should at least control the oil). This is just my opinion!

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When I say a lot..... I mean as in like a poured a few cups worth out of my intake once
I took it off. Also when I took off the lower intake a plug cam out of a hole that I think supplys oil to the pushrods? Should that that plug be pressed in? It is basically right below where the PVc
Screen. Thanks
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When I say a lot..... I mean as in like a poured a few cups worth out of my intake once
I took it off. Also when I took off the lower intake a plug cam out of a hole that I think supplys oil to the pushrods? Should that that plug be pressed in? It is basically right below where the PVc
Screen. Thanks
Well that's not right for sure.
Can you get us a picture of the hole and plug so we can be sure of what you are talking about?
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Re: Oil coming threw pvc valve

Mine was doing the sane thing, come to find out I had forgotten to put the screen under the pcv valve. I will pull a lot of oil through the valve if the screen is bad or missing.
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