Blow back

20

Asked by Jun 09, 2017 at 10:03 PM about the 1987 GMC Suburban R1500

Question type: General

I have 1987 GMC Sierra classic 1500
suburban I just had the valve cover gaskets
and intake gaskets replaced I have put it
back together now oil is coming out the
breather hole do the vacuum line have
something to do with that what's the issue

7 Answers

68,255

Check the pvc valve,

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76,625

Make sure the PCV hose is hooked up to the intake and the valve.

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20

It's new

76,625

Some blow by is normal. On an old engine it could be a lot.

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20

Not having a valve cover baffle be the problem

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20

The old one had one on it

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76,625

You need the baffle.

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