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CCV mod not working

Does anyone know why I still get oil in my intake after installing the CCV mod?
I have installed the CCV mod from Stealth Automotive, but am still getting a fair amount of oil into my intake.

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are you sure its not old oil still in there? the turbo shouldnt be spitting oil if it is you got a problem.
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Yea, it's new oil. It's dripping out of the IC boot on the input side of the IC. I flushed the IC and the tubes when I installed the CCV mod. I assume it is still coming from the CCV. Where else could it come from?

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I would pm NCHornet and ask him about it. He's done a lot of work and trial and error on this thing to get it right so he's sure to have run accross this problem before. He should be able to help you out.

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Thnks, Rohan. I just sent him a PM.

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I sent you a PM for things to check. I have sold over 600 of these now since 2003 and have never had a issue. The majority of the time it is old oil in the system that is recirculating. Over time it will lessen and stop. I have had mine on my truck since early 2003 and the boots still look new. It is really difficult to get all the oil out of the IC, unless you took it to a radiator shop and had it flushed I doubt you got all the old oil out. Most don't go to this extent when installing the mod. I sure didn't. Not sure how you would be able to tell fresh oil from old but I trust you. Do the things I asked you to in my PM and get back to me if you have any problems at all. My email is ccvmod@triad.rr.com

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Well run it a while and if you keep seeing new oil then check out your turbo. It could be letting some oil thru I guess.

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I had this same issue when I first installed. I didn't clean out the cooler but I plan on doing it soon. I know it has to be full of the crap. Mine has stopped the drip almost completely now. CCV mod is doing its job and everyone of our trucks should run this mod. I am sure as soon as I get the cooler pulled and cleaned along with the pipes again I should be good and clean afterwards for good!!

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