HOW DO YOU TELL WATER IN YOUR OIL ?? HAD CAR PART (PCV VALVE) OFF FOR A MONTH
1999 Pontiac Grand Am • 250,000 miles
I took off the pvc valve and tubing to my 99 pontiac grand am v6 for a month..my friend says i should change my oil because there could be water in my oil??? Is this true??How can i tell that there is water in my oil?? and what should i do?? Finally have new valve and tubing..
Why did you remove the pcv and did you plug the port??
Because the valve was bad and the elbow had a crack in it and no i didnt plug the port
Running that long with a massive vacuum leak may have brought moisture into the system. i would repair this asap before you damage the motor further.
Ok do i drop the oil or change the oil and fliter or is that the same thing.
Do change the oil and filter. thats a very good start
Ok what else should i do
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