Oil in intake pipe

Asked by Nov 13, 2016 at 05:49 PM about the 2014 Ford Fusion SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I find a fairly large amount of oil in intake
hose of my 1.5l ecoboost Fusion is this
normal

5 Answers

69,845

How many miles on the car? That sounds like you have blowby from a worn engine. Do check the PCV valve and replace it if it does not rattle freely.

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60000km just got 2 weeks ago from dealer

69,845

That is low miles so I would probably rule out engine wear but if you can't fix the problem then you may want to do a compression test.

Took it to dealerships and apparently its completely normal to have oil in charge pipe still seems odd you would think nothing but air should be in ur inktake

Thaknsk for help problem solved

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