How Could you Determine the Damaged PCV Valve in Car

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The PCV valve in cars ensures that there is a clean emission system. Therefore, it is important to know the signs like poor fuel economy, stalling of an engine, oil leakage and sludge that may lead to a faulty PCV valve. Go through the given slides to know more about how to determine the damaged PCV valve in a car.

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How Could you Determine the Damaged PCV Valve in Car:

How Could you Determine the Damaged PCV Valve in Car

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If you want a clean emission system in your car, then you need to have a fully functional PCV valve system in your car.

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But, over time the PCV valve system of your car is damaged or worn out when they are used for several years.

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Before you replace the damaged PCV valve of your car, it's your responsibility to recognize the symptoms of a damaged PCV valve in your car.

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If you ignore the signs of a damaged PCV valve, then it could make a irreversible damage in the engine.

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Here the points provide all the basic symptom of a damaged PCV valve in your car.

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Check engine light

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When the PCV valve is damaged, then either too much air or fuel enter the combustion cylinder of the engine.

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The sensor relays the information back to the control unit after the ignition of air and fuel mixture and cause the check engine light to illuminate on the dashboard.

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Poor fuel economy

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If the PCV valve of the car is closed, then it will create a mixture of air and fuel in the combustion cylinders.

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If more fuel is consumed by your car, then it will damage the fuel economy and forces you to pay more on your gas and more emission as well.

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Engine stalling

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The PCV valve of your car has a plunger which could stay open when it is damaged. As a result, an excessive amount of air will flow into the combustion cylinders.

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In this way, it will lean the mixture of air and fuel because the air is more than the fuel in the cylinders and caused engine stalling or rough idling.

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Oil leakage

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When the PCV valve is damaged or just wear out, then it is unable to get out of the closed position because it is stacked.

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If you put more pressure in it, the higher chance of oil leak occurs in the seals and gaskets. The air cleaner assembly may have oil leaks as well.

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Sludge

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When the toxic gases from the combustion start leaking out into the middle of the cylinder wall and piston, they will mix with the oil in the engine.

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Due to the mixture of oil and exhaust gases cause sludge residue and build up until it damages the engine.

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