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Old 07 Jan 2013, 08:31 pm
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Default broke the grommet piece into air chamber is it still ok to drive?

on my 94 civic vx i replaced both of the pcv valves and was working on the grommet. well the grommet outer rim broke and the inside of the grommet fell in the air chamber. i cant get the top bolt off of the air chamber because both the wrench and socket I have dont have enough room to turn the bolt. my question is if i move the broken grommet piece over to the corner of the chamber and replaced the new grommet and pcv valve and hooked everything back up would it still be ok to drive for a little while til i manage to get the chamber breather off?
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Old 07 Jan 2013, 08:46 pm
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No. You really don't want to suck a chunk of rubber into the intake.
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