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Catch Can Issue

Discussion in '5.7L HEMI Performance' started by Harleylay, Apr 19, 2015.

  1. Harleylay

    Harleylay New Member

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    Oil catch can/ engine light
    I install my billet oil catch can yesterday ( I did unplug my Cai but plugged back in) I go to drive it today and my engine light is on what is goin on?
     
  2. jkelly16

    jkelly16 Driving the Dream! Moderator

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    Hi & welcome! Do you know what code is being thrown? I would check and make sure all the vacuum lines and fittings are tight and recheck the IAT sensor connection.
     
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    Bad Nanner New Member Site Supporter!

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    Hi! Not much else it could be associated to a catch can install.
     
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    I agree, There isn't much to the install so just go through and re check everything to make sure its connected properly and there are no kinks in hoses etc.
    They are well worth the money IMO.
     
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    This happened to me as well, found that both hoses were loose, causing a vacuum leak, triggering off the light. Tightened the hoses, had to go to dealer to reset the light, and to make sure nothing else triggered it. They agreed about the hoses. I since bought a OBD II scanner with codes to reset my own, haven't had to use it yet. No further issues. It is amazing how much oil those cans get after 5000 miles. Well worth the install.
     
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    WHAT BRAND OF CATCH CAN DID YOU INSTALL?
     

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