Re: [DML] PCV valve failure [was: Unprotected DeLorean Ignition Circuit]
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Re: [DML] PCV valve failure [was: Unprotected DeLorean Ignition Circuit]

Farrar - I've never seen a PCV valve fail on it's own.  I have had them plug
up and stop operating, but a quick squirt of some brake cleaner frees 
them up so they work again.  If a car has been sitting for some time, 
I could see where the PCV valve might glue itself closed on some


-------------- Original message from Farrar <fhudkins@xxxxxxxxx>: -------------- 

> David, 
> Now that's an interesting theory! I've never had a PCV valve fail before 
> on any of my cars or truck. I understood that they are extremely low 
> maintenance. But you'd know more than me about this stuff, so let me 
> pick your brain. :-) 
> Is it common for PCV valves to fail while a car is sitting? Or could it 
> have been on the way to failure and the fact that it happened when and 
> where it happened (after an 800-mile trip and a two-day rest) could have 
> been a mere coincidence? 
> Farrar Hudkins 
> #2613 "Sparky" 


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