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Old 11-12-2012, 09:44 AM
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Blow-by causes

Ok I for sure have blow by what could be causing it. Could it be another sign of head gasket failure? The crank case is venting very well. No oil in the coolant not over heating no loss of power no codes and no oil loss. I do however get over pressure in the coolant bottle even when its low on coolant so its not from over filling. Im getting more blow by no and less coolant loss though so thats what maks me think its just more hg failure.

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Ccv mod can cause blowby.
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Ccv mod can cause blowby.
how do I know if its the mod or a mechanical issue? I use huge tubing for my mod with no catch can or any restrictions at all. Atmospher venting.

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Hook it back up to the intake and see if it goes away after a few days.
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Hook it back up to the intake and see if it goes away after a few days.
I can becouse of the way I have it moded....lol also im prett sure my afe intake doesnt have the hole for it.

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How can ccv pressurize cooling system ?? Not saying it can't just wondering how ?
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How can ccv pressurize cooling system ?? Not saying it can't just wondering how ?
It cant to my knowlege. That is from my head gasket failure.

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I have the CCV filter. I do notice that I am getting a bit. I might take my set up off and go back thu the intake. I am not 100% yet.
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I really dont like my boots getting all that oil in there.

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I really dont like my boots getting all that oil in there.

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I look at it like this, it prevents any dust that might make it past the filter, from getting into the cylinders, thereby getting into the rings, thereby wearing the cylinders, thereby causing blowby........hope I explained that well.

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