On the clean side the replacement hose/tube runs from the air intake tube to occ then into the vc.The instructions for the dual-out W3.3 OCC has one of the one-way valves pointed towards the air intake tube, and the other one-way valve pointed to the intake manifold. Curious as to why on the W3.3 a one-way valve is needed for OCC to intake manifold, given that on the W3 OCC no one-way valve is provided (i.e., not needed) for the same connection.
The ADD guy responded--"The V3 and V3.3 are two different design. The V3.3 check valve is for the dual vacuum sources. It'll choose the best vacuum source for the oil catch can."
Whether any of you agree with that assessment, that's up to you--I'm no OCC engineer so I can't prove or disprove his claim.
Good morning and something to research while being confined, so:Drives me nuts that no printed definition of WOT states WHERE the gas pedal Can Be to achieve WOT.
1st instinct is - pedal "floored" all the way - But I'm thinking That is Not the Only way. True?
Output Voltage (V)
0.7 ~ 0.8
0.29 ~ 0.46
3.85 ~ 4.35
1.93 ~ 2.18
FWIW: Check out GDI_Tech (I think that was his handle) in the these forums of the past. Very good and what I would consider accurate information on all of this.
I'm not gonna remember (or go back and reread) this thread from a few years ago but I wonder if that comment was about the case when under significant boost with WOT (say ~20PSI), the PCV would have to be closed assuming the blowby in the crankcase is at a much lower pressure (and has the "clean air" side of the valve cover to escape out of in that condition)? Remember, the PCV in our 2.0L is a one-way valve (directional).Got a headach from the lengthy writing, but I stopped after one had said that under wide open throttle the PCV valve is closed and pressure goes to the air intake.....That was enough for me.