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Would a hole in the crank case cover cause to much crankcase pressure

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No, it would have the opposite effect. you would lose pressure that normally routes to the pcv hose.

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2. Make sure the oil level is where it's supposed to be. Too much oil in the crankcase will cause the motor to work harder and the excess oil being splashed around the crank case can overwhelm the vents in the case or dip stick and again blow the dip stick out.
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