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Old 04-20-2017, 09:22 PM   #1
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PCV problem? Oil leak

I've got a '93 350 in my Cheyenne, pretty well stock innards w/ a real mild cam. It's got a Q Jet on an aftermarket intake, 1" spacer under the carb.

A week or so back I noticed the PCV hose had rubbed a raw spot & was sucking air, so I poppped on a fresh hose. This truck is a POS & it's sat way more than it's been driven, so I don't know how long the bad spot had been in the old hose. Not more than 1000 miles, I can say, though. Doubt I have 1500 miles on the truck since I put the stupid thing together.

I now have oil leaking off the back somewhere, enuff to coat the underside of the truck during a 70 mile trip today. It'd never leaked oil before. I've been all under the truck & on top of it, but nothing is glaringly obvious as to the source.

I keep coming back to the PCV hose, though. I've attached a pic of my set up. Does this need a breather on the drivers side valve cover? I just feel like the oil is something I caused when I put on the new hose.
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