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Old 04-24-2008, 16:34   #1 (permalink)
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excessive crankcase pressure problem. Help!

I have a 95 probe that started leaking oil from rear main. I removed oil cap and it erupted. I checked the pvc and it sounded good. Not sure where to go from here. Can any one help please.
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Re: excessive crankcase pressure problem. Help!

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I have a 95 probe that started leaking oil from rear main. I removed oil cap and it erupted. I checked the pvc and it sounded good. Not sure where to go from here. Can any one help please.
how many miles are on that engine? have you done a compression test or a cylinder leak down test? if you find a cylinder that has low compression, than do a leak down test on that cylinder. i had the same problem and it turned out that my piston rings were worn and i had to do an engine rebuild. good luck
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