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post #1 of 54 (permalink) Old 05-07-2006, 04:44 AM Thread Starter
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CCV Reroute

Did the CCV Reroute today, with ALOT of help from Jody Tipton, ok, so it was more like I helped him Here are some pics, I will put together a write up.
Pic of the intake out.

The CCV in it's stock location.

The intake tube out, along with the CCV

Take this piece out of the intake tube.

No more restriction or CCV in the intake.

We used a steel 1/2" drain plug and a hose clamp to plug the hole.

The new 3/4" id heater hose hooked to the elbow that come out of the motor.

The above pic, installed.

Another pic with it installed.

The hose rerouted.

End of hose.

Put this with the rest of your stock parts you'll never need again.
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whats this do wayne?

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Nice pics,looking forward to the writeup on it.:Thumbup: id like to see someone use a electric vacume pump on the end of the hose? :Thumbup:
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Wayne, I have been figuring on doing this mod too. How far back did you route the new hose?? I have been told it will stink to high heavens if it isn't taken back beyond the cab...... I am thinking of running mine back toward the back of the truck, someplace after the muffler and dumping it into the exhaust, to keep the smell down....... One of the guys in the club did it this way on his 7.3 and you never smell it.......

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Wayne, I have been figuring on doing this mod too. How far back did you route the new hose?? I have been told it will stink to high heavens if it isn't taken back beyond the cab...... I am thinking of running mine back toward the back of the truck, someplace after the muffler and dumping it into the exhaust, to keep the smell down....... One of the guys in the club did it this way on his 7.3 and you never smell it.......
I have mine right under the drivers door, it would be a good idea to route it somewhere else if the smell would bother you.:Thumbup:
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whats this do wayne?
Keeps the oil and junk out of the intercooler.
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Wayne, The VW guys have boought filters and a housing, attaching the filter in the middle fo the vent hose, and routing it back into the intake. This way there is no smell, and mainly, no oil leak! At a mimimum, you want to put a can or something to catch the oil that will leak?
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and mainly, no oil leak! At a mimimum, you want to put a can or something to catch the oil that will leak?
You scared I'm gonna spot up your drive next week :shrug: :

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An oil "leak" is highly unlikely. Think about it this way. If the CCV recycle was consuming lots of oil, you would be adding oil to the truck after a few months. So, I would not worry about that too much. However, most kits do come with a decanter. That's what we put on mine, basically the same as you did, except just behind the drivers side wheel well (out of site), there is a small container that can be drained from the bottom and which is free to atmosphere at the top (a decanter). So the gases go up and the liquids go down. I have had it for 5 months and there is basically nothing in it.

I have no idea if legally, FMC could supply the trucks that way stock, but it is a fairly easy fix. Maybe EPA is forcing this issue. And no more oil vapor in your turbo or IC system.

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Now is there any truth to the crankcase actually needing this vaccum for peak performance????

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