96 ZJ Valve Cover Gasket Change, bad CCV Valves, LOOK at this Sludge, What do I Do??? - Page 2 - JeepForum.com
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Unread 02-04-2013, 09:20 AM   #16
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Join Date: Sep 2012
Location: Louisville, Kentucky
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IDK what you all are talking about, here are the PCV Valve elbows, both for replacement on the top of the crank case, plus the tubing, I already replaced it, so how does it NOT have PCV valves?? and a breather may work, but because I already made the investment, and it would serve the same purpose, ill stick with the tubing and elbows.

ANYWAYS, what about that sludge? what has worked best to you all for getting that stuff out? and getting it cleaned. Really would prefer to not take the cover off again since there are no leaks at the time.

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crankcase , oil analysis , oil issues , seafoam , sludge

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