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Old 02-28-2014, 04:08 PM
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Re: How do you remove these two clamps to install a catch-can ?

@5.7 Summit and @Schleprock .. That's not very reassuring That was BT's fault ?

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Those marks are all over your vehicle. They are used during the inspection process before leaving the factory. A Catch Can WILL NOT Void your warranty.
Oh okay, fair enough. And regarding the warranty, well it's quite unknown yet. The service advisor didn't even know what it is, and he said anything to do with the engine voids the warranty. So I sent him some articles (with pictures) so that he can check them out, which were forwarded to the warranty department for them to check. I'm still awaiting their reply. Thing is, nothing is clear here, and I have to double check everything as even service advisors don't have enough knowledge to answer all my questions, car related or warranty.
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Re: How do you remove these two clamps to install a catch-can ?

Kind of pissed here as well. Tried to install my CC on my 2014 SRT and lots of issues encountered.

Fitting on the right side was bent down at a 45 angle so when the hose is on it hits the PCM. Tried to move fitting with vice grips and towel but it wouldnt budge and I didnt wanna break anything so I emailed BT.

They only gave me one hose cover with the slot (large?) and 3 small fittings. I cant get the hose to go on the back nipple even using oil on the hose.

Spent $200+ on this new one, this is probably my 3rd or 4th one Ive bought from BT. Always been happy but this time im not to ecstatic. The "braided" hose is a joke, low quality goodyear junk. I guess Im going to the store to spend more money to get this to work correctly. The only thing is the fittings. I dont want to damage my CC so what do I do?
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Old 03-22-2014, 02:03 PM
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Second that! Braided hose is rubbish. Fittings come at weird angles PITA too move without damaging the paint.
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Re: How do you remove these two clamps to install a catch-can ?

y would u wanna change out this piece??
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Re: How do you remove these two clamps to install a catch-can ?

Man, these fittings are really tight.... Any pointers on how to move them without doing any damage? Ive tried a long screwdriver, socket wrench etc and they are not budging! Are they glued in or something? BT emailed me and said to move them with a screwdriver but im not having any luck... help!
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I installed the hose with the fittings at 45 degree.. No problem with the PCM and hose touching at all.
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Re: How do you remove these two clamps to install a catch-can ?

was the left fitting (once installed on the PCM bracket) angled down and towards the back at a 45 d angle? I can install it like that but Im not sure if the hose is getting kinked a tad because the hose is getting bent so much... pics would be great bud!
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Re: How do you remove these two clamps to install a catch-can ?

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was the left fitting (once installed on the PCM bracket) angled down and towards the back at a 45 d angle? I can install it like that but Im not sure if the hose is getting kinked a tad because the hose is getting bent so much... pics would be great bud!
Yup... the fitting will still be angled down at 45 degree.

Don't worry about the kink, oil will still go through it and collect in the catch can. That's exactly, how the catch can is supposed to work.

As for the pic, i will try to take some later and post it here...
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Re: How do you remove these two clamps to install a catch-can ?

I'm wondering whether the fitting should be at a angle but pointing slightly up, so the hose clears the pcm. Would this affect the function of the cc.?
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I pointed my towards the front of the vehicle after my first time clearing the catch can. This provided more clearance to remove the can for me...
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Re: How do you remove these two clamps to install a catch-can ?

How were you able to move the CC fittings? I was thinking of moving them axaclty like that as well but they wont budge... Are they glued in or what?
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