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Crankcase Vent - CCV reroute question

I hate to start a new thread, but I've been through 50+ pages already (you can't search CCV it's too short) and don't have an answer yet so...


Is rerouting your CCV to open air (or throwing a filter on the end) considered "safe"?? I've read about the supposed change in pressure? It seems like this doesn't make sense because the intake pressure is always changing.


So I guess the question is: If you want to do-it-yourself, it simply rerouting it and putting a free flowing filter on the end safe for the engine?

CCV Mod for 6.0L


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post #2 of 3 Old 03-16-2010, 10:27 PM
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You just dont want it to clog, thats when it gets bad just make sure there are no low points and try to drain it away from the driver door as possible because it smells some say. But idk im gonna make my own and see how it comes up

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mine dumps behind my front left tire a lil stinky now and then but whatever. donthave a longer hose for the moment anyway.. it drains just fine. a lil bend on the end where it hooks upand the rest is pretty straight down. got oil coming out so i guess its sure good. been drivin it 4 a monthnow.truck likes the clean air.
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