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Old 10-29-2011, 08:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Has any one had to replace the valve cover because the breather is not a serviced part? What did you do about the engine ser# tag on the old valve cover?
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What makes you think it would need to be replaced? It's not something that fails...
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just back flush the filter. as long as you do not run a K&N air filter the engine will not produce enough blow by to cause a problem
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just back flush the filter. as long as you do not run a K&N air filter the engine will not produce enough blow by to cause a problem
just asking....... whats wrong with the K&N ? i have a AFE on mine
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You can nearly throw a cat through a k&n filter. They do not meet filter requirements. Also oiled filters arnt really the best. The turbo can suck the oil through them
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Run some gasoline and it should be as goos as new. Careful with the gasoline and wash it out with soap and water before re-installing.
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Has any one had to replace the valve cover because the breather is not a serviced part? What did you do about the engine ser# tag on the old valve cover?
CCV on a 5.9 cummins does NOT need to be changed or even serviced..it is ONLY a baffle box to direct oil vapors to back to the block. If it is leaking around the valvew cover, simply replace the o-ring or put some small hose clamps on the hose ends.

CCV on a 6.7 CTD DOES need replacing at service intervals...it is integral to the operation of the EGR. Do to its size and operation, Cummins designed it as part of the valve cover, unlike the small baffle box that attaches to the valve cover on the 5.9.
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