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Old 11-08-2008, 03:30 AM
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oil in air intake and an annoying shake

oil is in my air intake and in pipe going to turbo. Is that a problem? Sometimes my truck rides smooth and then sometimes it gets a shake. Like the console starts shaking real bad and the steering whell doesnt. Usaully if the tires are outof balance the steering wheel shakes. Its more of a front to back shake.. The tires are new and balanced, It did it with the last set of tires too. It does it at all speeds above 35mph. Im thinking it something with front end. When I hit a bump something sounds loose under there. But I have checked everything is tight. What could it be? Bushings??
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Old 11-08-2008, 05:28 AM
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how much oil is in the intake if its not to much the oil breather is ran into the intake you will see a small tube going into your intake right about the valve cover there is a way to get rid of this heres the link Welcome to guzzle's CCV mod web page as for the shaking sorry cant help you with that
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