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Bmw 3 series when engine warm noise from rear of engine

Sounds like awhistle remove dipstick and noise goes lots of pressure from dipstick when removed

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Try replacing the pcv (positive crancase ventilation) its a 5 dollar part at most auto part stores might be a little more since its a german car

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