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Old 07-08-2014, 04:39 PM
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Re: PCV line / Oil Catch can

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Old 07-10-2014, 09:24 PM
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Re: PCV line / Oil Catch can

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the side of the CCV line after the PCV is always at atmospheric pressure or below. leaving the PCV intact and venting to atmosphere should not throw any codes. from my experience, added restriction (pressure) is what will upset the computer.
Hm, I'm not too sure this would work. The code is "disconnected PCV line", which is exactly what it would read by simply putting a breather filter on the crankcase side and plugging the PCV input tube on the air intake runner. Remember, there are PCV sensors on both ends.
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Re: PCV line / Oil Catch can

Still having no codes with the SS mesh? I have noticed that with my catch can and SS mesh installed I only get the P04DB code thrown when I'm getting close to a regen. It works great up until around 60% soot percentage on my DPF. I am going to try and remove some of the mesh I have installed to see if that corrects the code. It is strange that it works 90% of the time though without issue.
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Still having no codes with the SS mesh? I have noticed that with my catch can and SS mesh installed I only get the P04DB code thrown when I'm getting close to a regen. It works great up until around 60% soot percentage on my DPF. I am going to try and remove some of the mesh I have installed to see if that corrects the code. It is strange that it works 90% of the time though without issue.
Yes I get the same as above. Will have to modify.
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Re: PCV line / Oil Catch can

http://www.burgertuning.com/BMW_335_oil_catch_can.html

Installed this about a week ago and am have no CEL's, no pending codes and it seems to be catching oil much better than the SS Mesh/standard catch can. No modification to the hoses, necessary! Works out of the box. A little pricey, but seems to be well worth it. A member of the RAM1500 forum put me on to this and he has put thousands of miles on so far with no codes!
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Old 05-04-2015, 03:20 PM
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Cool, just ordered one. If I get a CEL with this bad boy I'm coming for you! Haha JK looks like a sweet product and high flow.
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Re: PCV line / Oil Catch can

Just drove to Toronto today from west Michigan and still no pending codes! You will love it!
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Just drove to Toronto today from west Michigan and still no pending codes! You will love it!
Where did you install yours ??

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i think there will be some great gains to be had from removing the DPF, but that will be for another day. mabe if i get super bored i will be able to find out what voltages that the O2 and temp sensors are looking for and get some sims made up so that they can all be fooled. really not looking to go down the tuner route as it should not be necessary with the right equipment.
I'd love to see some mpg results from someone who disabled the dpf with a nice straight exhaust. Older diesel trucks showed pretty good gains by removing them, and usually tech evolves to where emissions equipement doesn't hamper engine performance/economy. Just wonder if our VM 3.0 is there yet?
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Perfect fit.

Im sold. Pity im in Aus not so cheap !!
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Perfect fit.

Im sold. Pity im in Aus not so cheap !!
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