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1993 ranger 2.3L reg. cab

What is the cause of oil being pulled from the valve cover into the throttle body. I cant buy a factury shop manual, hanes does not cover this area and is worthless, Ford dealers will not give any information. I am very capable of repairing my vehicles. Can you help

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COULD BE PVC BREATHER CLOGGED. THE PRESSURE MUST GO SOME WHERE. IT MAY END UP IN THE THROTTLE BODY. BUY A NEW PVC BREATHER, IT IS INEXPENSIVE. YOU MA NEED MORE PARTS BUT IT IS A GOOD START

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Are you smelling gas in your oil? because the throttle body is not connected to the valve cover.

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Ford 5.4L 3 valve motor has vacuum in the oil pan and will not run with the fill cap off.


The only vacuum being pulled, is the hose from the valve
cover (PVC) hose ,I believe, to the throttle body area

The reason you have a crankcase vacuum so high on the other
valve cover & oil fill cap, is that air can't get in to replace the air
drawn in behind the throttle body

eg: you have no air coming in,find out why

I think the air in comes from the ducting around the MAF Sensor
area in a 1" plastic or rubber tubing to the cover where your fill cap is

My Lincoln is like that

I have been around 5.4 fords I just haven't googled a picture of yours,you can do that or look over your truck

The vacuum amount or flow rate is controlled by the PCV valve
hoses & system design,so you have no air coming in the other
cover or little,thus high crank case vacuum

That said-- what your doing is NOT a test & in some motors will set
a MIL Lamp & OBD Codes

Once the oil cap if off, you have an open hole for air to rush in & back to the pcv & intake,so leave it on when the motor is running

Opposite your theory

It dies because with the oil cap off, your letting in unmetered air
that goes into the intake,cylinders & out the exhaust & you loose
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Today's vehicles work in Milli Seconds & only work within programmed parameters

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Oil in throttle body


check for the breather pipe from rocker cover to throttle body. either you do have a problem with the rocker cover release valve on breather and allows oil going into throttle as every time accelerated **** oil. if there is not any valve there in then see whether you can fit any type of a straight pipe filter on the hose to cut out the oil flow.

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I have found engine oil in the throttle body on 1994 toyota tercel


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1998 has a throttle cable. The throttle body has an idle air valve that can sometimes become unseated causing high idle. It can be removed and cleaned and reinstalled. Also the throttle body can be cleaned and reinstalled. I suggest a Hanes manual from a parts place most of these places will run diagnostics on your car for free as well, just ask. If this has been helpfull please leave feedback. Thanks, SP

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