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PCV cleaning/replacement

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PCV cleaning

If you have positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) bogging down your ride indicated by oil blow-by on your oil filler hose or smoke coming from your dipstick tube, now is the time to replace or at least clean your PCV system. Without proper maintenance, you could be damaging your engine seals without knowing it.

Here is a write-up from another site, but really excellent with pictures!

PCV cleaning/replacement

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