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    Crankcase ventilation kit - PCV #6 - Saab 9-5

    This is part of the following TSB:

    TECHNICAL SERVICE BULLETIN
    Bulletin Nbr: 210-2561 utg. 3
    Date: April 2006
    Market: US/CA
    Noise from the timing chain and oil sludge in the engine

    Part: 55 561 200 Renovation kit, crankcase ventilation

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    To fit

    1. Disconnect the battery's negative cable.

    2. Remove the upper engine cover.

    3. Fit a new oil filler pipe.

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    4. Remove the hose from the pipe connection on the turbo's intake manifold.

    5. Remove the hoses from the nipple in the camshaft cover. Check the condition of the hoses, replace if necessary.

    6. Remove the old nipple and bushing from the camshaft cover and fit the new nipple and bushing.

    7. Raise the car.

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    8. Remove the oil trap's two upper hoses.

    9. Remove the lower hose to the oil trap. Remove the stay to the intake manifold and the oil trap. If necessary, remove the generator positive cable.

    10. Fit the new oil trap, the lower hose to the oil trap (replace hose if necessary) and the stay for the intake manifold. If the positive cable was removed, connect it to the generator.

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    11. Lower the car.

    12. Check the function of the check valve on the small circuit with 30 14 883 Pressure/Vacuum pump, replace if necessary. The arrow must point toward the throttle body.

    Note
    Arrow's direction on the check valve.

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    13. Connect the new hose kit (with T-connection) between the nipple on the oil filler pipe and the connection on the turbo's intake manifold.

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    14. Fit the insulation under the throttle body's coolant hoses so that the insulation's short sides point upward.

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    15. Fit the crankcase ventilation hose in place so that the check valve is located above the coolant hoses. The crankcase ventilation hose must follow the route of the lower coolant hose through the intake manifold and then on to the oil trap.

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    16. Connect the oil trap's upper hoses. If the hose with part no. 55 560 463 is replaced then the nipple enclosed with the hose must not be used. Use the nipple enclosed with the spare parts kit.

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    17. Connect the new hose kit together at the T-connection.

    18. Make sure that the check valve has good contact with both coolant hoses. Affix a cable tie around the insulation on each side of the check valve.

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    19. Fit the hoses to the nipple on the camshaft cover.

    20. Fit the upper engine cover.

    21. Connect the cable to the battery's negative terminal.

    22. Set the correct time and date in SID.
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    Based on this article, I think my 2002 Linear has had the PCV update completed. Can anyone verify?
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    3 Items that kit does not include which you should replace - the main hose from the tank to the PCV nipple on the Valve cover - the PCV check valve itself and the oil return hose from the tank to the oil pan. With those 3 key items plus that mentioned kit above it will give you a complete new working system.

    Then fix your oil leaks

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    So, my pictured system above needs a full update?

    Where do you see oil leaks?

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    Your picture looks like it has the update. The hoses look allot newer than what would be on a 02.
    I'd check the hoses that Burnside mentioned just to be sure the whole system was added and not just the kit.

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    Yes it has the current version - all hoses looks in good shape from here.

    Quote Originally Posted by chadwick110 View Post
    Based on this article, I think my 2002 Linear has had the PCV update completed. Can anyone verify?
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    You got me paranoid about oil leaks now...

 

 

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