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Oil coming from pcv

I replaced my valve cover gasket tonight on the driver side and found oil getting into my intake air from the pcv on valve cover. Anyone ever seen this?? Should I replace the PCV??
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PVC?

Is this, as your nick indicates, an '86?

What you're looking at is the CCV emission system (no "valve" though) and he migration of oil into the Turbo & IC and contamination of the IC Boots is common.

The solution is called a CCV MOD, I've done mine as have Many members here, and a simple solution to the problem.
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I don't know what you're talking about but it's the black box on the of the driver side valve cover. What's Ccv stand for.
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CCV = crankcase vent and that is what you are looking at.

late 99' F350, Crew cab, SRW, 4guage pillar pod, combo driving/fog lights, 55w backup lights, drivers side battery isolation mod,6637 intake
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You're gonna have to trust me here we're talking about the same thing....

I've given you the solution to separating the oil from the blow-by now going into the intake. It's up to you to read-up on it
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I did the mod for that same reason. oil in intercooler system
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