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Old Mar 17, 2017, 04:07 PM   #1996
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Old Mar 17, 2017, 04:15 PM   #1997
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Wonder if you did a pcv valve delete and hooked it up to a catch can, if that would fix your issue
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Wonder if you did a pcv valve delete and hooked it up to a catch can, if that would fix your issue
Edit: So, eliminate the PCV valve and attach a catch can, and plugging the intake manifold? What's going on though...why am I experiencing this now?

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Just coming at this from uninformed left field: the only thing I can think of that would be pressurizing the crankcase like that is blowby past the pistons. Have you checked for that? (pressurize the cylinder with air via the spark plug hole and observe leak down).
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Does your car have excessive oil consumption? Also does your crankcase/oil smell like gas? I had excessive blowby in my BMW that would push the dipstick out of the hole.
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Does your car have excessive oil consumption?
No, not as of yet.

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Also does your crankcase/oil smell like gas?
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I had excessive blowby in my BMW that would push the dipstick out of the hole.
I'm yet to bring it back to get a leak down test.
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