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Engine breather gushing oil - FLHTC - FLHTCI Electra Glide classic Harley Davidson Motorcycles

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Hi Anonymous, either your oil system is over filled or the return side of oil pump has failed or is blocked. Good luck

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I'm gonna go with theory #2 sort of. My guess is that one or more of the float valves is leaking causing the gas to overflow into the crankcase. This happens often with bikes that are allowed to sit for long periods with gas in the carbs and tank. A thorough fuel system cleaning is what it needs. I'd say go ahead and buy four carb rebuild kits for it - may as well since you'll have to disassemble the carbs to clean the gum and varnish out, which is really the best thing for it at this point. I wouldn't try to run it again 'til you get the carbs to quit leaking, the fuel drained out of the crankcase and put fresh oil in. ,,,

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keep your oil breather unblocked all the time's coz the pressure of it can destroy your gasket and oil seal.

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SOURCE: there's oil blowing out my enghine oil breather

This is common the solution is to run the oil half way between full and low.

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if the crankcase has been overfilled with engine oil. The crankshaft has to "beat" it's way through the oil and thus acts as a pump and sends oil all over the internal surfaces of the crankcase.

If the engine cylinders have developed 'blow-by" they will also contribute to an increase in crankcase pressure which will be evident by oil in the breathers. The fumes / pressure in the crankcase are designed to be removed by the engine breather system, and drawn through the engine etc.

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