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Took off air cleaner, and intake had oil all over it. I took off my CDR valve and there was oil all inside of it. Where can I buy a new one, or does it just need cleaned?... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 07-26-2010, 04:29 PM
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Took off air cleaner, and intake had oil all over it. I took off my CDR valve and there was oil all inside of it. Where can I buy a new one, or does it just need cleaned?

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clean it out with partswasher and put it back on. it is doing its job. it is designed to pull vapors out of crankcase and into intake. some oil will be present.
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where is this adr is this the canister looking thing behind the intake once you pull off the air cleaner? sorry just my lack of knowlage but gotta ask to know i guess.

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Yes thats it on the back of the intake. If they stick they can feed lots of oil into the intake and create a runaway situation. Not very fun.

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run away like keep dumping fuel in?
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Like dumping large amounts of crankcase oil into the intake, not just small traces like it usually does
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