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Oil in Plenum chamber

Hi all ! today I was was changing throttle body gasket and i noticed a lot of oil in the plenum chamber
please advice me if this amount of oil is safe or something isn't right and I should contact my mechanic real soon to look up for possible faults ?

I would really appreciate your help

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I get the same and am also wondering this.

It is possible as the crank and cam breathers go into the inlet piping but I don't know how much is normal.
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I get the same and am also wondering this.

It is possible as the crank and cam breathers go into the inlet piping but I don't know how much is normal.
I red somewhere that little bit of oil in the plenum is fine but in my case I think it's too much :/
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That looks normal, its from the crank case breather.
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That looks normal, its from the crank case breather.
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