I think you're a bit paranoid. Just drive it, and pay attention. These aren't exotic cars, just "needy" cars. The cooling system needs periodic replacement. Other than that, it's a "normal" car. If you want the best handling, then the suspension needs periodic replacement. Just drive it, and pay attention. The car will tell you what it needs.
Probably the most honest post ever! You guys who bought these cars at 10 or more years of age and think you bought a performance car crack me up. These are family sedans and are not particularly fast. You need to get over yourselves.
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What do crankcase vapors contain?No, it separates the oil from the crankcase vapors. Drains the oil back into the crankcase, and burns the vapors by putting them into the intake manifold.
The separation method is not boiling, but a cyclonic swirling that uses centrifugal force to fling the heavier oil to the side of the CVV where it then drips down into the dipstick tube on its way to the crankcase.What do crankcase vapors contain?
When I referred to water/moisture I was referring to that tiny percentage of water vapor in ambient air that condenses into the engine oil, and I thought the CCV was a mechanism for the water to boil off from the oil.
Just trying to get my facts right...
I see...good to know. ThanksThe separation method is not boiling, but a cyclonic swirling that uses centrifugal force to fling the heavier oil to the side of the CVV where it then drips down into the dipstick tube on its way to the crankcase.
The crankcase gases from blowby, etc., contain unburnt fuel and gases that get pulled into the manifold to be burnt again. All for the holy pollution cause. So it's more about unburnt vapors than water in the oil.
Old cars used to just dump gases under the engine with a vent pipe.
That was a great list. I have done just about everything on that list and it was a good reminder. Don't pay attention to people who get butt hurt. Welcome to 2022.I'm trying to draw some conclusions?
Never repeat anything for those that may not have seen them before?
You wish you were the one who posted them after all the appreciation expressed?