Intake

Asked by May 02, 2018 at 11:49 PM about the 1995 Toyota Celica

Question type: General

If I don't have to worry about emissions on a 95
Celica can I plug up the pcv hose can I just cap both
ends

5 Answers

875

You could but you'd be putting your engine at risk of blown gaskets and/or valve leak.

Can I just plug intake manifold end an just let valve cover end breath

875

There'd be no problem as far as pressure but you could end up with oil blowing into your engine bay.

127,265

Bad idea and there is Nothing to gain.

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2,820

you could, BUT excessive pressure in the valve cover is an indication of blow-by, most likely engine issue

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