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Unread 10-20-2011, 09:00 AM   #1
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Just Another PCV system question...

Hey guys,
I recently noticed oil on the top of my air cleaner on my 304. It appears to be coming out of the oil fill cap on the stand pipe? I replaced the PCV valve and it didn't change anything. My TSM says the valve should be hooked up to a vacuum source, but everybody tells me that it usually is just ran into the carb for emission reasons. This has me stumped!

Thanks for any help you guys can throw my way!

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Unread 10-20-2011, 01:15 PM   #2
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Hey guys,
I recently noticed oil on the top of my air cleaner on my 304. It appears to be coming out of the oil fill cap on the stand pipe? I replaced the PCV valve and it didn't change anything. My TSM says the valve should be hooked up to a vacuum source, but everybody tells me that it usually is just ran into the carb for emission reasons. This has me stumped!

Thanks for any help you guys can throw my way!
If you have a manifold vacuum source like the base of the carb, you can plug it in there. The PCV is like a slow vacuum leak, drawing air and out of the crankcase that has escaped past the rings. To keep the crankcase from developing too much vacuum, the other port on the valve cover is usually ran to a filtered air source, like a breather or the air cleaner.
This is the PCV in it's simplest form, there are usually other hoses and connections figured in.
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