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I have a 94 ram with the 360, 2 years ago I parked the truck bc it started smoking, developed vacuum issues i could never fix, and 02 issues. Well I've recently decided due to the sentimental value of the truck I'd like to get it up and going again, and I've been told these trucks are notoriously bad for the plenum gasket blowing and leaking. My question is, I looked down the throttle blades last night and saw oil in the bottom and caked oil over the sides and even on the back side of the throttle blades. Is it possible that the plenum leaking is my issue? Thanks
 

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the plenum repair is popular. it doesn't fix everything! although some of the symptoms of a bad gasket are pooling oil and blACK cake up- these engines just rebreathe dirty by nature. magnums are engineered because of the epa standards at the time to regurgitate and smog themselves out. I did a plenum fix several times, just for fun/ practice, till I found a once and for all repair.
these engines can run clean, and benefit greatly from doing so..
 
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