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Old 27-05-14, 05:14 PM   #1
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Hi my boxer van seems to be running on 3 cylinders and oil seems to be coming out of the breather might be the crankcase breaker any ideas? Thanks
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Hi my boxer van seems to be running on 3 cylinders and oil seems to be coming out of the breather might be the crankcase breaker any ideas? Thanks
Forgot to add it's been sitting for 5 years.
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What have you done so far, if its been sitting for 5 years and it started I would say so far you have been lucky, an oil change & filter service at the very least is your starting point, as is removing everything relevant to the Breather system and cleaning it out, air box & top cover off,and see how much gunge is in there,
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Could be sticky rings on 1 cylinder or if you are unlucky a broken ring.
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Stuck rings are areal possibilty given the time it stood, I would have had the injectors out and poured a release agent in
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Old 15-06-14, 05:03 PM   #7
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So what happened then, got it soted, were the forum members who took the time to respond just wasting their time?
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