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Did the wires and plugs go to start it and the pvc valve pops off and starts to smoke.. ant ideas wht it may be?

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You got the wires switched around or you are just seeing crankcase gasses coming from the valve cover grommett a little would be normal a cloud would be to much. i am assuming the pcv got blown off the hose by a cylinder fireing while intake valve was open.that would indicate wrong wire positions on the cap or at the spark plugs

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