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Old 11-18-2011, 02:17 PM   #1
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Black Spray on Toad Hood?

Has anyone experienced black spray on the toad hood? Looks, smells, feels like exhaust smoth, although had a full diagonistic on the cummings motor and exhause system which was clean. Roof is clean. Maybe just road crud. I do not have a back road shield. Thanks for any input. Charlie
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Black spots on Toad hood

Forgot to mention that the Toad is a WHITE Pathfinder. White makes a difference I'm sure. Charlie
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Old 11-18-2011, 03:07 PM   #3
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Sounds like the dreaded slobber tube on the Cummins. I did the peanut butter jar method on mine. See below. If you can't find, I can give more detail.

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Sounds like the dreaded slobber tube on the Cummins. I did the peanut butter jar method on mine. See below. If you can't find, I can give more detail.

Slobber/Breather Tube Extensions
Agree it's most likely coming from the blow-by of the slobber tube.
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Thanks to each of you, will get it taken care of ASAP. Charlie
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