Thanks for the reply. that is another issue in itself but i was mainly questioning everything else on the diagram. idk... shouldn't the pcv valve which is an outlet obviously go to the inlet of the catch can and you wouldn't need the check valve because the pcv valve is a check valve. the line from the intake hose would go to the other inlet and the check valve would go towards the can. the outlet would then go to the intake manifold with the check valve going away from the catch can. correct or no?Down this road before, have one sitting in the garage for a couple of years, never installed, first, option A not legal,
and option B the engine uses air drawn from the catch can as "fresh" air NOT actual fresh air coming from the air intake tube.
Just my thoughts.
Actually, I think you might be onto something here. It does seem to make more sense that it would be considered a dual outlet, vs dual inlet catch can.With a Dual Catch Can the "in" port and first "out" port are the same.
This would clear it up for me and the diagram would make sense if the product was sold as a dual outlet catch can.
This is 100% correct!I would take David's offer of contacting the manufacturer. They will have the best and most correct info. Otherwise, I have seen others post the same info here. Can't recall where or who, but that'd be the best resource, aside from the designer of the product.