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Exit of oil from breather

Recently, I noticed that after 1 hour of course without interruption at speed 90-120 km/h, the exit of oil from the breather of the my jeep (engine R 21 of 8 cv). On the other hand, in the centre town and even if I remain in circulation exceeding 1 hour, there is no trace of oil? why and how to make to resolve this problem? it is grave to circulate with this situation?

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Hello at those speeds your oil pressure is pumping alot of oil to the top end i would pull the valve cover check oil returns for clogged ports pieces of sludge or broken pieces of gasket or permatex

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