Hello, I have this mustard like substance in the inside of my oil cap. (See picture below). Does this mean it***8217;s time to change my CCV on my 2002 330ci?
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Don`t worry about replacing your CVV with a "Cold Climate" one....that is a completely useless joke, the only thing it accomplishes is to make it damn near impossible to install (due to ultra-tight clearances in that area), most guys wind up tearing that thin-ass Styrofoam coating off it because it just gets in the way, and does absolutely nothing positive. Just get the standard one and be done with it ! :thumbup:I only take the cars on short drives usually lol. I have never replaced my CCV system. Also I live in a cold climate. So I think it's a good idea to upgrade/replace my CCV with a cold climate one because I'm not sure if I have a cold climate one now.
I like to call it peanut butter.Hello, I have this mustard like substance in the inside of my oil cap. (See picture below). Does this mean it's time to change my CCV on my 2002 330ci?
Well, here`s your choices:Would you recommend replacing the CCV system or doing an oil catch can? I do live NE where it can get pretty cold. Any recommendations would be much appreciated.