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    Passat CC 2010 2.0 diesel 140 - CCV membrane on rocker cover

    Hi there, im just wondering if the above piece, a CCV membrane on a rocker cover for a 2010 Passat CC 2.0 TDI-CR is available to buy seperatly as mine looks totally shot, ive managed to open the section at the top of the cover where its located and it just seems to unclip but having phone volkswagen they wanted my to buy a whole new cover saying they dont sell the membrane seperatly.

    any ideas of where i can get one? thanks.

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    The gasket is available from them, they are being Muppets. What is the engine type code?
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    the engine is a CBAB engine CR 2.0D, the part i need is located inside the valve cover, so to the right of the oil filler cap, there is a black plastic raised circle with a line on it and it unclips from the left hand edge and lifts up to the right, i need that CCV? membrane / diaphragm inside there as mine is torn to crap. thanks.

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    the part i need is located to the right of the white riding, underneath that circle shaped outline

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    i have circled the area the part i need is located, it looks like a normal PCV membrane but i believe its called a CCV on this car, its basically perished around the edges.

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    https://volkswagen.7zap.com/en/rdw/p.../1/103-103060/

    i found this listening the right engine and the parts on the top but it doesnt seem to show the part

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    Ohh that, I thought you meant the main cover gasket, a 183.32 new cover and on an up-to April PRODUCTION (not registration) car you need a 91.33 vent tube. We tend to call it a PCV valve, Positive Crankcase Ventilation valve.
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