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2001 Dodge Intrepid 3.5 L V-6: Residual oil is present inside the intake plenum. Are these engines known to pull oil vapor into the plenum through the pcv system. Also, looking for a diagram on how the butterfly valves are configured inside the plenum as they need to be cleaned.

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Yes i have seen that before on those engines. it does pull it thru the pcv system

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