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Oily filter Good day Sir/Mam, i am having serious problems with my 86 (gas type). Every time I go up hill there is a heck of a lot of oil filling up the air filter system. I could sure need some advice from you people. Thanks.

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Check your engine oil level when on the flat then check the engine breather because it seems that your breather is throwing oil from the engine into the intake system. hope this fixes your problem.

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