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Lugnut245 12-11-2016 11:37 AM

Help: PCV Inlet Tube Sucking Oil
 
2007 S331 Supercharged... I am currently having an issue with oil being sucked through the PCV Inlet Tube (passenger side valve cover) ... trying to determine which direction to go.

I have now pulled PCV tube on (drivers side) and see oil too.

I do not see anything on PCV Valve replacement? On the drivers side valve cover where I disconnected the hose... I assume I am looking at a PCV valve, but not sure. It looks like a brass nipple that has been pressed into the valve cover? I did not want to put pliers onto it until I completed more research.

Thoughts, advise and/or suggestions requested.

Lugnut245 12-11-2016 04:11 PM

Ok so I now have figured an internal heated PCV... so still trying to figure out why sucking oil through PCV inlet tube>>>

Thoughts please

haulin S331 12-12-2016 08:58 AM

I would give JDM a call and ask for Jim sr. or Jim jr. # 732-780- 0770 they know Saleens.

tbar 12-12-2016 06:55 PM

Common thing on the supercharged 4.6 so I would assume it would be the same for the 5.4. You need to get yourself an oil catch can.

Metalcop 12-17-2016 10:58 PM

Compression test recommended
 
What exactly are your symptoms? The first thing that I would recommend is getting a compression test done. Any shop with a quality OBD device can perform the compression test, in diagnostic mode. The reasoning is; what is pushing the oil out through PCV?

The Saleen supercharged 5.4's aren't running a lot of boost. Meaning there isn't enough pressure being generated to push oil back through the PCV system. A catch can is cheap enough, it would be installed on the drivers side, though. I would get the compression check done, first. Please let us know how you make out. :cool:

Metalcop 01-24-2017 11:22 AM

Any updates on this? Did you get a basic compression test done?


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