I posted this down in the Monaco section. Hope this post will help explain what I did to deal with this issue.
<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Gordon:
I'll add my bit here.
I crawled under the coach and was surprised to see this. I was worried at first that I might have a leak!
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I found the answer - Slobber Tube! This is where the oil was exiting.
There is a tube that runs from the Envirogard - here:
Excess oil and pressure force oil out this tube and can foul your rear radiator, the face of your towed vehicle and maks one heck of a mess underneath.
The tube ends right at the starter - here:
This was the answer...
I ran a new 1 1/2 inch oil resistant line from the "Brick" Enviroguard on top of the engine down to this:
The 1 1/2 inch line runs down to a JAZ - 1 Quart Breather Bottle.
The oil collects safely in here, and since it has a breather on top, there is no blockage of the line.
When "I" choose to empty it, I can do so into a cup or other container without it spraying all over the place.
I can't take credit for this modification. As far as I know, this gentleman Chris
showed us the way.
Bottom line - the bottom of the coach is now oil free and clean!!! </div></BLOCKQUOTE>