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Old 06-24-2009, 01:42 PM
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is this oily residue from ccv
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Old 06-24-2009, 02:58 PM
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yep, or atleast thats what mine looked like when i bought it with 50k on the clock (i've got an '04 too). i cleaned it, and maybe gets a little haze every 1000-1500 miles. (depending on how i drive) my next mod i guess
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Mine had oil puddles. I cleaned them with de-greaser and windex. Then sprayed them with belt dressing and they are better than new.

From the looks Im gald I did it
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Yep, CCV or overfilling your crankcase can do that. Just vent your crankcase to atmosphere
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Yep, CCV or overfilling your crankcase can do that. Just vent your crankcase to atmosphere
Its better to get the CCV kit. It re routs the oil to a container and vents the gases back to the CC.

When I disconnected the ccv to my 02 durango It lost power. The cc valve was never changed at he time it had 70k it should have been changed every 30. Once I replaced the valve it was night and day compared to the old one. lots of power and response.

I know they are different but this is one reason y I'm going to suggest to not let the CC vent out, instead get the kit.

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contact Kevin, NCHornet or Raul at stealth they have a great ccv mod
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R we talking like blow by on a semi? out the ccv
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ccv = Crank Case Vent. On the ford its just a tube. This tube allows oil to splash into the intake. The correct way to make lemonade is the ccv kit listed by me or mudrunninpigs above
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