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Old 12-30-2012, 07:16 AM
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Originally Posted by catso View Post
If you replace the CCV, do the OFHG at the same time. It's very easy, inexepensive (less than $10) and removing the oil filter housing makes it much easier to get to the CCV. The OFHG is a got a limited life expectancy because of its design , so even if it's not leaking now, it will sooner or later. Consider it preventative maintenance.
That's a good point, and good advice. I must be still hung over from Christmas!
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