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It depends on the mileage, year, make, model and engine size but most of the time it's caused by compression blowing by the piston rings.

Posted on Dec 03, 2012

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    mark14120 Dec 03, 2012

    If you have a compression tester you will want to do a dry and then wet compression test to determine if the problem is with the rings or the valves. if there is a 20lbs/sq.in. difference between the two test then its probably the rings. I have used a product called Engine Restore in the past that you add to the oil and had great success at holding off a rebuild for a while.

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SOURCE: OIL IN AIR CLEANER PUDDLED UNTIL

get the car warmed up and let idle and pull the pvc hose out and watch how much smoke is comming out of the valve cover. then rev it up and see how much comes out. it sure soulnd like blow by to me.

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SOURCE: Blueish/gray smoke rough idle and take off

too much oil in crank case

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SOURCE: Oil in my air filter case

The rubber grommet on the top of the Rocker cover (valve cover) has a rubber grommet at the back of it may be plugged. You can either replace it or open it up with an awl. it all depends on its condition burnt and melted. If the engine has high mileage, I suggest checking the EGR for clogging and the engine compression. You can try heavy body oil and an engine oil treatment to help reduce the blow by or compression loss on this worn engine.

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SOURCE: WHERE DOES THE PVC VALVE GO? IT USUALLY GOES IN

Pcv valve usually goes from the valve cover to the intake manifold

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SOURCE: i have a 97 expedition. idles rough to the point

follow the pvc valve hose to the intake manifold it will be burn on the elbow ....check for intake manifold leaks

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Add 1 quart.
Look for obvious oil leaks.
Check to see if it is burning oil.... sooty exhaust pipe.
Check PVC valve and where PVC pipe goes into manifold or air cleaner for excess oil.
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My 2000 chevy cavalier 2.2 4 cylnder has an high amount of back pressure in the crankcase ,if u pull of the oil filler cap with motor running it spits oil out and what seems like smoke ,it doesnt run hot...


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It is more likely that the oil is coming into the air cleaner by way of the CrankCase Vent.
There should be a tube that goes from one of the Valve Covers directly to the Air Cleaner.

Inside the AirCleaner Housing, there is the Air Filter, but there should also be a much smaller filter, sort of held in a little box, where the tube from the valve cover comes in.

This condition usually manifests when the vehicle has very high miles. It is caused by excessive BlowBy in the cylinders to the CrankCase. It will help to Change the Positive CrankCase Ventilation Valve. If it is plugged, it will make the situation worse. So, get a new PVC valve, and that is about all you can do, except to keep the air cleaner new, and the oil topped off.

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When i press accelerator engine is cutting ....


The van may just need a good tune up.

  • Replace the fuel filter
  • Replace the air filter
  • Replace the PVC valve
  • Replace Engine oil and filter
  • Replace the Spark plugs
  • Clean out the Throttle body with throttle body cleaner
  • Clean out the MAF sensor
This should help you get your van running 100% soon. If your on a tight budget, start with Cleaning the throttle body with spraying throttle body cleaner into the throttle body and cleaning up the MAF sensor with MAF sensor cleaner, just follow the instruction on the can. Then replace the PVC valve and add fuel injector cleaner in to the gas tank. This should help your engine running better and then you can do the rest of the work to complete the tune up. Good luck and keep me posted. If you go to Auto Zone, you can get all the things you need and they can scan your van for any DTC codes that may also indicate what issues your engine has.

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