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It is kind of like a PCV (Positive Crankcase Ventilation) valve on a gasoline engine, just a way to manage engine blowby. They can fail to work as designed when they get full of crud.Hello--sorry for the question, but, what exactly does the CDR valve do?
LOL. That should be a lifetime supply........good point, I purchased 3 .....
......it is for a longer time.....LOL.LOL. That should be a lifetime supply.
I had a perfectly good one on my pickup, but it looked like it came out of the engine room of the Titanic. In a used parts stash I got off craigslist there was a nice shiny one. Installed shiny one - filed the titanic one in the round can. Developed highway oil consumption as soon as I installed the shiny used one. That is when I bought a new one and slapped it on. Just drove 300 miles with no noticible oil loss so I'm calling it a win. That is what I get for trying to fix what isn't broken....
My original one was looking pretty crusty so I bought 2 new ones. I just keep a clean one on the shelf, then swap it out as needed, cleaning the other out before putting it on the shelf so it can wait it's next turn.......it is for a longer time.....LOL.
And maybe.......one day the one or another is in need.........
With a truck, 30 years +, that you drive daily it‘s better to have more maintainence parts in the barn than an oil, diesel and airfilter.
Many years ago I owned a 69 El Camino....... I learned, sometimes you have to purchase parts when they are available.......
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