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If the crossover pipe between tanks runs up the crossmember above fuel level, it needs to be full of fuel to syphon into the other tank, if it has air in the pipe it won't syphon... Pressurise the full tank with compressed air to force fuel into pipe and other tank. it should work correctly unless there is an air leak/ blockage/tap tuned off on the crossover pipe....
You have excessive engine breathing/pressure. When you did the overhaul did you replace the rings etc and deglaze the bores because excessive crankcase pressure is your problem and its forcing the oil down the breather pipe. Poor valve guide stem seals is another area.
overall the engine does not mean the problem is solved ! sorry. the oil coming out the breather means the engine is not breathing properly. if the arrangement of the rings on the piston is not correct , the engine will have a blow-by... causing sump compression... and push oil through the breather. also sludge blocking passages ie. the tappet cover, will also cause a problem.
Make sure you use a Mass Air Flow Sensor cleaner made by CRC.Do not use( GUMOUT CLEANERS) it not good on your rubber seals.Also wait until your fuel tank is low then add some fuel injector cleaner. You can do this yourself no problem.Also next time when you fuel up try useing high test fuel that will help clean you engine also. Hope this helps
on the inlet manifold is a breather from the engine i think on this year so check for a split vacumn hose or a split breather pipe ,failing which it could be the thingy on the back end of the butterfly ,their is a sensor but iam pretty sure its a breather pipe or something stupid ,also pull the vac pipe out of the servo and just try pùtting a plug into pipe in case the servo diaphram has split
Sounds like either the throttle cable or linkage is sticking or there is a vacuum pipe that is split or disconnected, check all of the air hoses and vacuum pipes, check the throttle mechanism and cable or linkage to see if its sticking and free it off if it is. Hope that helps
rubber pipe , its at the back under the pollen filter , comes as a
double pipe one fat one thin , fat one is for air flow , thin one water ,
both for cooling the engine. The fat one was actually split , causing
my engine to idle bad , so i replaced the part , engine idle is fine but
now i gt that noise , and i get air suction when i take oil dipstick
out while engine is running , so i am guessing something is not right
but dk what