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Old 03-25-2010, 07:03 AM
ElwoodBlues ElwoodBlues is offline
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Originally Posted by cn90 View Post
Bad logic ha!
Sludge forms when you drive less than 7 miles, even in the middle of the summer.
Change the CCV.
Ok, yes, sludge anytime, especially short trips, but why change the CCV if everything around it looks fairly clean? Is it that the internals of the CCV could look worse? Is it more the fact that its old enough that it is likely to fail soon even though it seems fine today?

Or is this the point where someone tells me to stop being such a cheap a$$ and just change it out?
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