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Old 07-16-2006, 03:40 PM   #1
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I just read in another thread where Hans mentioned a gasket during replacement of the PCV on his 93 SSEi. I've never seen a gasket on mine... just the o-ring.
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I had a gasket on my 95 -I kinda mutilated it when I removed the lid the first time not knowing it was there, and since it was late in the evening I couldn't get a new one. I put the new pcv and o-ring in put the lid back on without the gasket, used some high temp rtv around the edge, wiped off the excess so it wasn't noticeable, but still sealed and it'* yet to leak (was just looking at it today while doing some underhood cleanup for the 'big sale').
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Would autozone have one?
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Would autozone have one?
Good question -I don't believe NAPA had or could get one the next morning when I checked -may be a dealer only item.
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I've never really considered it a gasket. It'* more like vulcanized rubber to the underside of the cover. All the SC'* I've dealt with or rebuilt held up well. Maybe get some raw rubber gasket material and cut your own?
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Even some standard gasket material that you can get in a small roll from Napa/Acme would do the trick.
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Mmkay, pulled my cover today. The gasket is there. There was a little bit of oil that had made its way between the gasket and mating surface on the SC. Should I bother putting another gasket in there?
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You can get them from your dealer but the cover comes with it and $$...you know
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