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Good day everyone,
I’m hoping to get a little help here and avoid any major issues.
I opened the oil filler cap of an ’05 accord while engine was running at idle and the engine was literally breathing heavily through it. As in, I held a paper closely above it and the paper was flapping vigorously.
Please what could be likely issues? Or is this normal?
Could it be bad valve stem seals, worn piston rings, any other?
No fault codes stored so far. CEL is off.
No smoke from exhaust whatsoever.
Blocked off the PCV valve but it was the same thing.
No running issues observed yet. Maybe only a slight loss of power just after decelerating.
2005 Accord 2.4L, EX-L.
Thanks in advance.
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