1st Gen Owner
- Oct 2, 2006
- Reaction score
- Titusville, FL
Will check PCV bits tomorrow. Thanks.Make sure your PCV system is in order & pulling vacuum on both ValveCovers;
~ Hose+Tube+PCVValve "Long L" assembly from right side of IntakeManifold throat to rear of left ValveCover.
~ Hose+Tube "Short L" assembly from IntakeAirAccordionTube to right ValveCover.
If any of these PCV vac hoses are leaking, disconnected, removed or "modified"
or if the PCVValve on rear of left ValveCover is gummed up (replace PCVValve if it's several years old),
the CrankCase pressure goes up & oil tends to get pushed past the seals.
Once PCV system is in good order; in this order next try
~ retorq of all bolts on the pan,
~ drop pan & install new gasket,
~ fresh oil change & add ATP#AT-205.ReSeal; only "snake" oil additive I've had luck with.