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after the 12V, Cummins put in replaceable crankcase ventilation filters. No need to pull the baffle. Cummins must have recognized it as a problem. On the TDR site, when 12Vs were the most driven, it was a common write up. On mine, the gasket did not leak, it was the front and rear main, and other places. My dipstick would blow out.
I could blow air up the vent tube with the filler cap off, and it would be OK for a month or so. The metal filter in the baffle was "growed up." Other than being the first time, and very hard to get at, the job is simple. Six bolts. THe fuel pump, the oil sender, the bottom pump bracket must come off. I would not call the job hard, but I would call it a PITA job. Took me all day. I think the second time, I could do it in 4 hours.
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