i have fitted a oil catch tank to my crd to stop oil going into the inlet now i just checked my inlet and there a bit of oil trace in the turbo and inlet pipe from the catch can does anyone no why my catch can is doing this and how to fix it?
Has it got a 'blow by' filter gauze to catch the oil fumes as they pass through? (The BT one HAS)
If not; Then you have bought a basic can that is designed to catch the oil from the cylinder head breathing pipe, Used by racers to stop the drips going onto the track surface.
If thats the case, You have pretty much wasted your time. Sorry to say.
Unless you mount the can very low & hope that gravity helps the oil drop into the can at the lowest point. However; Doing it this way you run the risk of the pipe blocking with oil & ruining your engine.
2007 300C CRD in steel blue
22ELITE padded leather centre console cover
22ELITE padded leather elbow rests
rear window shades
BT catch can
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Last edited by steelblue300c; 02-17-2013 at 12:29 PM.
How and where have you fitted it and where have you took the pipes from and back to....if you get my drift
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