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DIY BMW E46 CCV Replacement, Crank Case Ventilation Valve, Oil Separator

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Published on Oct 24, 2012

This video i'm replacing the CCV also known as crank case ventilation, or oil separator valve in a 2002 BMW E46 325xi sedan. First off this is a fairly hard job that will take about 5-7 hours the first time and lots of patience. Most of the time you will be removing parts just to get at where you need to go. symptoms of a bad ccv valve could include white smoke, noise coming from motor like something sucking, or excessive oil loss after you blow you seals out. However I hope this video helps you understand what is all involved in doing this project. On another note do people even read what you write in this space ???

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