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Old 09-26-2012, 08:45 PM   #36
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Damn, I don't have one lol
Blown engines need something like this.
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Old 09-26-2012, 10:52 PM   #37
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Oh Nvm yes I do, haha it's just like a heck valve in the middle though
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Oh Nvm yes I do, haha it's just like a heck valve in the middle though
Are you sure, they don't look anything like a check valve.
You can find them on air compressors though.


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Did you replace or check & clean the screen too?
That's what they count on to remove most of the oil to keep it from getting sucked up into the intake. That's also why I think an oil separator is a good addition. It will catch what gets past the screen and PCV valve and keep it out of your intake.
I did not, I'll do that when I get home from school before work and the valve itself didn't have much oil on it so I think a majority of my problem comes from wherever the leak is in the engine.. and those oil seperators are they difficult to put on?
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I did not, I'll do that when I get home from school before work and the valve itself didn't have much oil on it so I think a majority of my problem comes from wherever the leak is in the engine.. and those oil seperators are they difficult to put on?
No, you just plumb them into the line from the PCV valve to the intake so they can catch the oil.

If that's not the cause, then you probably have some bad rings or valve guides and seals.
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I hope to god its just the pcv because my dad does not want to pull the motor apart so I'd have to do it myself and its my only car so I don't want to f**K something up bad hahaah
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ohhh okay haha forgot that was this thread too, in Huntersville NC its running about $4.07 and up in Mooresville its about $4 even
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ohhh okay haha forgot that was this thread too, in Huntersville NC its running about $4.07 and up in Mooresville its about $4 even
Lol, I did the same thing "Huh?"
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