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oil from ccv

How much oil coming out of ccv is normal????

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Enough to gum up all of your boots over time. It will also make a mess under the hot side cac boot at the turbo. Makes the valley of the engine a mess. Pretty normal.

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But I have a LOT of oil coming out. I am also trying to locate a hpo leak so I am wondering if it must be underthe druvers side valve cover

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I don't think an HPO leak will contribute much (if any) to the amount of oil in the CCV.

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Well I have replaced everything in the hpo system and still cannot locate hpo leak. Air testing isnt helping either. Any suggestions?

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I'm not sure a leak in the hpo system would contribute to a leaky CCv. What makes you guess at the drivers side? Is anything leaking from the driverside head/valve cover? Is it leaking from the boots ?

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I just have a lot of oil coming from my ccv. And I also have a hpo leak so I figured if oil was sqirting out of a leak on the drivers side that would be why I have excessive oil in ccv.

I am at a stand still. I have tried several times to diagnose / locate the leak and everytime I thought something MIGHT be suspect, I replaced it. I have ran it with valve covers off. I have charged ipr and applied shop air several times. Dont know what else to try

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How do you know you have a hpo leak?

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No hot start. Starts right up cold. Icp ipr normal both hot and cold. Liw and high idle. Batteries good. Ficm good. Ince its hot..... no start. Icp 250 ipr maxed out. As she coolls down pressure while crankung climbs. She starts at about 100 degrees eot

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Might need a hpop. I'm not sure on this one. Nothing can ever be simple on these trucks lol.

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