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Old 01-17-2016, 05:52 PM
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And also, is 5 liters in 12k km definitely a problem? I don't have anywhere near that on my X5. I know it is a completely different engine design, but my older 911 is spec'ed by Porsche to consume up to 1 liter per 1000 km before considering it a problem. Shocking to me, and my 911 uses about 1/10 of that, but I wonder what the spec is for the X5.

My 2001 X5 has the standard automatic rust inhibition feature where it leaks a carefully controlled amount of oil, eventually captured by the stiffening plate for recycling, keeping the entire lower engine coated in a 25 micron protective film of oil at all times.
dude check that up immediately, that in my opinion IS a HUUUUGE PROBLEM, because of that your engine might get hydrolocked and then say goodbye to it (i mean that's what i've heard)
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Which lower knee hose you're talking about?

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i have replaced entire ccv system and i can hear and feel engine runs so much smoother, there was a small ammount of that yellow gunk as you mentioned, now everything is fine....and mechanics also have found that lower knee hose on my air intake hose is in catastrophic condition so i ordered new immediately and waiting for it sorry for late response i was away few days from my PC




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Glad things worked out for your Razor!
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Old 01-18-2016, 07:42 AM
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Thx admranger

LeiZ sorry for my english since it is not my mother language so i have dificulties naming parts on english...it is that lower knee on connector tube (that giant tube that goes from air filter to the engine)
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