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    I'm thinking about doing this on my '15, . Pro's, con's? Will it throw a code? Void Warranty? Any input is appreciated.


    Damon

  • #2
    This will not void your warranty. It may not be smog legal in your area. The benefit of not having oil vapor go back into your intake and inter cooler is major.

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    • #3
      No smog issues up here in Susanville.

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      • #4
        I think that the 2015 Dmax has an oil separator in the PCV system that drains the oil back to the pan on the drivers side front cover near the bottom. I'll have to double check .


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        • #5
          Originally posted by cooper669 View Post
          No smog issues up here in Susanville.
          lucky!

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          • #6
            The LMM does have a separator here is an image of the system

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            • #7
              Originally posted by [email protected] View Post

              lucky!
              You not so lucky. Lol

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              • #8
                Might be lucky as this system should keep the oil out of the turbo, intercooler, egr, intake,etc. Time will tell
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                • #9
                  I know this is an old thread. I have the Pcv reroute hose and “T” fitting to drain over board. My lml has the pan drain. I am thinking it may be a good idea to add another “T” to include the pan drain line. To keep pressure from building in the pan. So that valve covers and pan all have ambient pressure. May be a waste but since it’s there

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Roger O’Dell
                    I know this is an old thread. I have the Pcv reroute hose and “T” fitting to drain over board. My lml has the pan drain. I am thinking it may be a good idea to add another “T” to include the pan drain line. To keep pressure from building in the pan. So that valve covers and pan all have ambient pressure. May be a waste but since it’s there
                    If this is your same project you can keep the original system but where the vapor pipe would go to the turbo inlet you could run it to atmosphere. I haven't done much research on this system. I have tested the stock LBZ and LMM pcv system and have found that there is quite a bit of vacuum on the crank case in stock form. I will have to test a LML in the near future. Hope this is helpful.

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                    • #11
                      Vacuum,WOW, used to have to put a vacuum pump on for power

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