Re: Found Problem- Open PCV Valve Port
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Re: Found Problem- Open PCV Valve Port



A stuck open valve or leaking PCV hose will cause a lean air fuel ratio 

Thanks,
Gary H. 


>  -------Original Message-------
 
>  As I have reported, my engine was not pulling past 5000 rpm and
>  speculation was that it was a fuel supply problem. Well, yesterday I pulled
>  the carb and noticed the PCV port at the base was not capped. (feeling a
>  bit foolish)
>  
>  
>  Gotta think that was a problem and lead to a lean mixture. Sound like the
>  right call? 

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