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      03-19-2017, 05:27 PM   #1
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CCV on N63

Recently I went to a mechanic who believes my CCV needs to be replaced. It was done a little less than 2 years ago with the CCP. Anyone else find these failing?
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      07-01-2017, 09:08 PM   #2
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Bumping the thread from the grave.

Mine have been replaced less then 2 years ago, but I'm reading a Service Bulletin and thinking they installed the incorrect ones since mine start with a 7.

Maybe they installed the incorrect ones on yours also?

Vehicles for B11 01 13
SUBJECT
N63 and N63T Engine: Engine Oil Consumption, Engine Oil Top-ups and Refill Capacity

MODEL
F01
F02
F06
F07
F10
F12
F13
E70
E71



SI B11 07 12

SUBJECT
N63 Engine: Oil Consumption and/or Rough Running Complaints

MODEL
E70
E71
F01
F02
F04
F07
F10
F12
F13

situation
The vehicle may consume engine oil above the permissible specification, and may run rough at times. White or blue smoke may also be seen exiting the exhaust system.

cause
The construction material of the crankcase ventilation connection lines and vent pipes may become brittle from engine compartment temperatures.

procedure
E70 and E71 produced to 3/2011


F01, F02, F04, F07, F10, F12, F13 produced to 1/2011

1. Remove the engine cover and inspect the crankcase ventilation connecting lines.
Each of the connecting lines will have an index number printed on the connection
closest to the cylinder head cover.

2.Production code
Part Number and Index Number
Example : 7575639-07
The index number is separated from the 7-digit part number by a hyphen.

3. If the index number is “7” or lower, both crankcase ventilation connecting lines and vent pipes need to be replaced.
The improved replacement parts will have an index of “8” or higher.

4. Each cylinder head cover and vent pipe connection has two M6x18 screws attaching these components. The torque specification for these screws is 10 +/- 1.5 Nm.
Important: Do not replace the cylinder head covers for this complaint.

E70 and E71 produced from 3/2011

F01, F02 F04, F07, F10, F12, F13 produced from 1/2011
Inspect the crankcase ventilation connecting lines and vent pipes connections; if found loose, properly secure them.
Important: Do not replace the cylinder head covers for this complaint.
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