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  1. StormTrooper

    StormTrooper New Member

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    anyone know what it means when you are getting vacuum out of your oil dipstick tube????
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    1105 I AM the random post master...bow down

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    Do you mean having your oil dipstick getting blown out? I've never heard about getting vaccums through the oil dipstick tube before
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    no its pulling a vacuum through the dipstick ive never seen it either
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    Ernan Says "here it comes... dushbag"
    This is the same thing I have been mentioning in my post about the dipstick blowing out.

    From what I have read on Corral, if the PCV is relieving the crank pressure, air from another open source will be drawn in. In my case, I have never seen/heard it so much out of the oil dipstick before. But then again, I plugged off the air that was sucking through the hose on the oil filler neck, and I removed the breather, so I guess air wants to enter from somewhere else.
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