Any condensation that is in the engine like stated above will still come out by the time you hit normal temperature and will still leave the engine every time you get it up to temp
You dont block off where the PCV goes or the valve cover you just leave them open but not connected to the intake manifold or intake
Hate to tell you this but even with a PCV system you still get as much moisture/water/condensation in the pan/engine from condensation then with no PCV system , PCV system or lack of doesnt change thatThus perpetuating the routine of collecting moisture within the oil pan.
Just think about where the fresh air that is replacing the crankcase gases that are being sucked out by the PCV system comes from.
I have to agree with Tom on this one... the open PCV is the best for the engine. One that is based on the pumping action and bypass gasses pushing out of breathers... No vacuum!Exactly what I've been bitching about for years, upon deaf ears.
Closed Crankcase Ventilation is the solution. But Tom says I'm wrong so ...
I'll just let his backwoods advice fly and turn progression back 40 years.
I think maybe you should have read the thread first! Kind of like crossing the street without looking! Why would he need to replace the engine, that's kind of a void statement without letting the OP know why! [thumb]Haven't read the thread...Don't want to...Stupid question......Sorry, no way around it. Go ahead and delete it...See what happens. Just be sure to have money to replace the engine when it's all said and done.
WOW , I guess all engines built from 1824 to 1968 all blew up ? because they didnt have a PCV system , maybe you should of read that part where PCV systems didnt become mandatory in all states till 1968Haven't read the thread...Don't want to...Stupid question......Sorry, no way around it. Go ahead and delete it...See what happens. Just be sure to have money to replace the engine when it's all said and done.