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Old 11-22-2005, 02:29 PM   #1
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an Oilly PCV??? really oilly?

it'* new, and so is the MAP sensor. In fact, the MAP sensor is oilly too?

Actually it'* like the second or third PCV valve I've went thru, the last one was oilly also.
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Oil is suspended in the blowby gasses and ends up on the pcv. Although all the way to the MAP is not right...The map should feed off the intake vacuum.
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So... what might be up with that, you think
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Although..the PCV feeds back into the intake..so it'* possible.....

Thinking here...
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It was like oilly like somebody had dunked it into some oil and put it in there.

Both rings were present, along with the spring...

what are you thinking?

my mind is wasted from trying to figure out this misfiring thing, so this pcv oil riddle sucks =P = )
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and oily PCV seems normal...it it rattles its OK
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