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Old 11-28-2019, 01:07 PM   #1
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Had the engine serviced, oil changed. It is the first time I found an oil spot. It looks like it is coming from a black hose coming down from the crank case breather. The oil level is high on the dip stick. See the pic. Normal?
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Sorry. Picture is quarter turn left.
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I turned it 90 degrees right - is this right?
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Try and drain some out when it is cold. I keep mine between add and full and have no problems.
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A little oil coming out of your crankcase breather hose is normal.if your crankcase is overfilled it's even more normal. At least that's the case on my C12

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