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This is a discussion on Too much oil in intercooler within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Also generally a Wrx/STI will require 2 ctach cans to do it properly. One for the PVC valve under vacuum ...

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    Also generally a Wrx/STI will require 2 ctach cans to do it properly. One for the PVC valve under vacuum and one for the crankcase to turbo inlet that operates under boost.
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    Heres my follow-up: I went ahead and ordered a new pcv valve from suby $38 which came with all new hoses and clamps, and went ahead and bought a new silicone elbow since the stocker was old and clamps were digging into the rubber. A week later I pulled it apart to find only a few drops, so problem solved. Thanks for all the help and info. Definitely saved me a good bit of $$ not having to drive to the stealership in Dallas and fork over $90+ an hr for something so simple.

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    thanks for the follow-up. its good to have closure on these threads.
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