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Can the pcv valve for a 6.2 liter diesel be cleaned to be as good as a new one?


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2015-07-15 18:38:41
2015-07-15 18:38:41

No, inside a pcv valve is a spring that might loose it's correct rating, also there are seals that can be ruined, not worth bothering, just replace it

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It certainly can't be good in any way. Hopefully, you realize that litter boxes do have to be cleaned out.


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