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Intercooler tube dripping oil

The passenger side tide is dripping oil any ideas as to why there is oil in their. And what I may need to do to fix it? Thanks for your help.
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its your crankcase vent... you need to do a CCV mod and delete it like this: CCV Mod

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I might should have mentioned that it's not going into the valley but it's dripping close to the radiator from the tube.
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I might should have mentioned that it's not going into the valley but it's dripping close to the radiator from the tube.
yah any oil coming from your boots is 99% of the time your CCV...
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Is that a difficult Mod to install
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Thank you for the advice.
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Am I correct in assuming that oil leaking from the turbo Y pipe? I think thats what its called, the pipe that directs air to the intake manifolds from the CAC and from the turbo to the CAC.
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I just did the CCV mod on mine. Its really easy
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