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Old 04-23-2013, 05:54 PM
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oil where it shouldent be

i have what ive been told is blowby and apparently its bad. i have oil coming up through my dipstick and getting all over everything close by and even the under side of the hood. what do you guys think? gonna run the "ids" and a manuel compression check on it tomorrow and go from there. i just did a complete rebuild this is the last thing i need right now!
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Do you have the CCV rerouted by chance?
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Old 04-23-2013, 07:02 PM
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Do you have the CCV rerouted by chance?
x2 same question similar problem happened to another member on here ccv was kinked or blocked and was leaking oil through the dipstick tube and various other places
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Do you have the CCV rerouted by chance?
if not OUCH!!!!!
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Old 04-24-2013, 03:48 AM
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i do and from what i can tell its not blocked or kinked. what cha thinking?
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after a better look it looks like it could be kinked at the top where the hose turns down.
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a kinked or blocked hose is what I was thinking and it sounds like you may have found the problem.
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i hope so. after running fords "IDS" it checks out fine. no codes. the #4 cylinder has a 2% drop(relative compression) i still need to do a manuel compression check to b sure. i dont watch the ccv mod that often being that its under the truck but i have been more in the past 2 days. its has a pretty good flow of steam coming out of it. i had a guy tell me my trucks on fire..........
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