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Old 01-01-2016, 05:43 PM
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cause/repair of oil getting into breather box
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Old 01-01-2016, 07:53 PM
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Clogged ccv valves. Replace them.
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Old 01-04-2016, 07:32 AM
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Originally Posted by danno160 View Post
cause/repair of oil getting into breather box
Thanks for your post.

We’re here to help, but you must understand that all Jeeps are not the same.
In order for us to give you more accurate advice and help, we must know the following, as applicable, along with detailed information as to the symptoms/problems etc:

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Follow up and let us know if you fixed it, too. The baffles underneath the valve cover are often overlooked (not transferred) if the valve cover is replaced but they're crucial to letting blow-by gasses out and not oil. I have yet to see an aftermarket valve cover with baffles already installed.
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Follow up and let us know if you fixed it, too. The baffles underneath the valve cover are often overlooked (not transferred) if the valve cover is replaced but they're crucial to letting blow-by gasses out and not oil. I have yet to see an aftermarket valve cover with baffles already installed.
We REALLY need to know what year first.
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We REALLY need to know what year first.
completely agreed. It's very important
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