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Old 03-22-2010, 03:05 PM
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CCV Ignorance please enlighten me...

any drawbacks/difference between this cost saving setup like this
Questions and Comments about the CCV reroute

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versus ones like this?
Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums - MoyockPowerstroke's Album: CCV Filter

and wouldnt the 1st setup with the breather cap be more practical then to get a by-pass or non bypass filter setup and potentially causing a pressure issue should the setup be clogged?

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Old 03-22-2010, 03:14 PM
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Im no expert on this, but I do know if that hose gets smaller or clogged you will have oil leaks fast
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Im no expert on this, but I do know if that hose gets smaller or clogged you will have oil leaks fast
oil leaks from what, the setup itself??
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oil leaks from oil being pushed past the seals, like the rear main from all the crankcase pressure not being able to escape.
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oil leaks from oil being pushed past the seals, like the rear main from all the crankcase pressure not being able to escape.
then maybe its not worth the risk.
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then maybe its not worth the risk.
just make sure the hose has a free path, i check mine periodically to make sure its all flowing good. no problems here.
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how about i throw another one into the mix: CCV Mod
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