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850 crankacse breather getting clogged with emulsion. I have a Volvo 2.4 20 valve 850 engine in my 1998 Renault Safrane. Yes, believe what you read. It dates from a period when the two companies were collaboarating and swapping stuff like engines. The Renault garage aren't over-familiar with the engine but there is no Volvo garage on our island. A couple of times the crankcase breather has become clogged with emulsion on long journeys and caused most of the engine oil to be chucked out. I would like to be able to check it periodically my self. Can anybody pass any diagrams, or whatever, to enable me to locate the crankcase breather and know what to do?

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  • lombardo Sep 10, 2008

    My 94 850 is pushing oik up through the filler cap. The cap has been replaced to overcome the problem but did not work. I need a solution. Can anyone help please?

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You are going to have to remove the intake filter, figure out which one of 13 oil traps you have, and replace it with a new one, as well as the associated hoses for the PCV system. Make sure you have an intake gasket before you go back together.

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