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|Bob246||I seem to be getting excessive oil from breather pipe and even from oil fill pipe. The oil fill cap will even pop off on occasion due to the pressure and make a mess. Oil level is at normal level.
|bill robinson||Hey Bob, I'm experiencing the same thing on a 317. Have you found anything? Thanks
|Bruce||I suspect you have a plugged, or defective, breather! This causes a "positive" crankcase vaccum, and is the reason for your filler-cap trouble. Remove and clean the breather, and perhaps replace the breather valve...at least check for a .010 or less clearance.