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The Positive Crankcase Ventilation system allows blow-by in the crankcase to be reintroduced to the combustion chamber. Along with the blow-by is the oil from the engine. What will happen to the intake system and to the engine itself when too much oil gets introduced in the intake? I am not asking the cause to be clear.
Would it be required to dissamble the whole intake system for cleaning? And what would be the effect of burning oil to a turbo diesel engine?
I’ve noticed that whenever I reach around 2000rpm, I could feel a violent vibration coming from the engine, especially when I am on the 2nd and 3rd gear.
One of my suspicion is that its the spark plugs. Another suspicion is that its the mounts but I think its unlikely the one that is causing the vibration as I only feel the vibration on a specific scenario. Could old spark plugs cause this much vibration?
Last month my dad told me that our car is experiencing clutch slip. He experiences it whenever he is on 3rd gear. The rpm goes up by around 500-1000rpm.
So we thought the clutch is old and wearing out. Then I tried to replicate the scenario earlier. Shifting from 2nd to 3rd, around 1000rpm, I continuously put load at the accelerator pedal. At around 2000rpm, the rpm goes up suddenly, the clutch slips. I did the same thing but from 2nd to 4th. The same thing happens.
Is it because of continous load being put into that causes slip? Or the clutch is worn out?