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Old 11-20-2012, 12:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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LBZ: pcv reroute w/ pan e-vac

Iv tried searching but had no luck. Im getting ready to do my reroute and got to thinking about how good the pan e-vac works in my car so why couldnt you do the same thing with my truck. That way the pcv still has vaccuum but its not getting oil in the engine, it would work better than one just vented to atmosphere and wouldnt make an oilly mess under the truck. Any thoughts on this? Thanks for the help

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http://www.jegs.com/i/Dynatech/329/7...oductId=750022
Then a 1 way check valve screws onto that
http://www.jegs.com/i/JEGS-Performan...52211/10002/-1
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Old 11-20-2012, 12:38 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I had a catch can on my 2010 camaro ss to collect any pcv fluids and the folks on those forums suggested to NOT put the oil collected back in to the crankcase. I'm not holding that to be the "end all, be all," just what I've read in the past. Could be different with diesels though. I know Caterpillar offers a kit for their on-highway engines of recent to collect the oil and drain it back down to the pan.
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I had a catch can on my 2010 camaro ss to collect any pcv fluids and the folks on those forums suggested to NOT put the oil collected back in to the crankcase. I'm not holding that to be the "end all, be all," just what I've read in the past. Could be different with diesels though. I know Caterpillar offers a kit for their on-highway engines of recent to collect the oil and drain it back down to the pan.
This wont put oil in crankcase, it uses the exhaust to create a vacuum for pcv, anything it pulled would go into downpipe and out w/exhaust. Worst case the inside of the exh pipe would have a little oily residue on the inside, like it wont already with diesel lol.
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Okay, I'm following you now. Sorry for the confusion.
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