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Old 02-07-2012, 11:08 AM   #1
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PCV Valve

Ok I changed my PCV valve in my 02 GT about 5 months ago it was bad. Ok now i looked at it yesterday with some good light and there is oil sputtered all around it and oil puddles on the valve cover. I don't think it could be the PCV valve doing it and the valve has to be screwed in a fitting that locks it in......so I need some advice. I will try to post some pics of it today
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I have a 2000gt and my cai actually pushed my pcv valve halfway out, condensation was all over the valve cover, i bought a shorter in height pcv valve and put it in and it cleared the cai, no more condesation after i did that, idk if thatll help though
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I have a 2000gt and my cai actually pushed my pcv valve halfway out, condensation was all over the valve cover, i bought a shorter in height pcv valve and put it in and it cleared the cai, no more condesation after i did that, idk if thatll help though
My CAI isn't touching it at all. The hose that goes from the PVC to the intake stays collapsed while the car is running and I think that might have something to do with it.
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My CAI isn't touching it at all. The hose that goes from the PVC to the intake stays collapsed while the car is running and I think that might have something to do with it.
Hmm, maybe you could go to autozone and get them to cut you a section of rubber fuel line? That stuff won't collapse under vacuum and should work fine, well, as long as the fittings are the correct size.
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