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  1. AOS Follow Up : OK No. 1 Does the fact that I have a coolant and oil mix coming out of a cracked breather hose on the right side cylinder head indicate a possible bad AOS ? My theory here is that the bad AOS is allowing fluid to get into the breather pipe thus causing it to burst...If so that would explain a lot... and no. 2 If the problem described above is correct then would I still have high vacuum in the case or could it be a normal vacuum but still failed in the way that I decribed ? In other words does a bad AOS always involve high crankcase vacuum Or can it fail only on the water cooling curcuit ?? and 3. I will repace the AOS while in the car because I am very good in tight places :king:
  2. My car has a full milkshake syndrome It still runs smooth except for some smoking from the exhaust and disappearing coolant Also it looks like the breather hose going to the right side head is cracked and leaking milkshake mix ( a lot) Does this sound like a bad AOS ? OR am I back to the cracked head theory ??
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