It depends on if CCV is stock or home brew, and working or not. You might have a positive pressure crankcase instead of negative with a working stock CCV. Cover the oil dipstick tube with an empty plastic bag tight, and see if running engine will suck the air out of bag or add more into it.I’m considering the vc being cracked but would it have that much pressure to spray everywhere.
He's replaced the CCV with a catch can, so there's a whole slew of possible (probable) variables there regarding crank case pressure.Is it possible there is excess pressure in the crankcase that is forcing it out at VC? maybe CCV acting up? I need more coffee to think that one through, but it has to be coming from someplace over there, and there arent many possibilites in that corner..
I had an E30 leaking oil into the glove box. It was the oil pressure switch pushing oil into the harness all the way to the ECU. Who'd a thunk it! I started putting a razor slice into every E30 I serviced on the oil pressure switch plug as it was really sealed. Probably not his issue but he's having a hard time finding the leak.No, the leak cannot get to the washer bottle.