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Intake Question!!

I am in the process of installing my BPD oil cooler. When I removed the intake there was a little oil inside the intake. Is this normal?

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Yes that is normal because the CCV is routed through the intake tube pre-turbo and the turbo sucks all of the oily vapors through it and pushes them through the CAC tubes. CAC and intake then into the engine to be burned.

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My IAT sensor had gunk on it to. Do I need to replace it.

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Clean it off real good. Try not to use solvents.

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Is there any way to move the ccv out of the intake?

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Yeah use the search feature here and type in CCV mod.

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