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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-08-2007, 03:23 AM Thread Starter
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6.7L CCV Filter

Can any of you 6.7L owners tell me what the filter is between the crankcase and the turbo inlet? The dodge 6.7L selling points say a "CCV coalescing filter". Is it a mopar design? Another make?

I ask because I put a Racor CCV4500 on my 6L PSD. It's too big to fit in the engine compartment, so I mounted it on the framerail with long hoses to the engine. It went into bypass mode and I didn't catch it. So I was burning oil fumes for a few thousand miles. I'm wondering if the type of filter your 6.7L has is any smaller than my Racor.

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No one knows? Or is there a better way to go about my research?
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In case anyone cares, and just to come to closure on this thread, I went to a dodge dealer and researched the ccv filter. The filter is inside the engine, under the valve cover. So it's not what I hoped for. It doesn't look to be any better than what I already have. Oh, well....strike one.

BTW, the filter is due to be replaced at 60k miles.
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