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Default HPD Catch cans

Looking to fit a HPD catch can to my 2018 Paj, would be keen to hear if anyone has had or heard of any issues with these cans re warranty
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I have had one on my 2016 Pajero for 2 years and not had any issues so I can't comment on Warranty. I posted just to let you know I have found it a very good device and I can't imagine what would need a warranty repair
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Got one too, used for 40000kms now and no issues except getting the bottom half can open to empty it can be a prick. But i just ask the STEALERSHIP to do it for me now. Love the dipstik too, gives you peace of mind that it is working. I got HPD because of the limitations of fitting a provent with a TJM snorkel. And no changing filters either!

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I heard about oil catch can, it can causes oil leak rear main seal.

Any one got issues?


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I heard about oil catch can, it can causes oil leak rear main seal.

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Would you like to explain how a correctly installed catch can can make a rear seal leak?
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Would you like to explain how a correctly installed catch can can make a rear seal leak?
A poorly designed or poorly maintained catch can may prevent the Positive Crankcase Ventilation (PCV) system from venting blow-by pressure in the sump. High pressure in the sump can force oil out through all the seals, including front, rear and rocker cover.

The ProVent's spring loaded vents are there to guard against precisely this problem, in case the owner fails to maintain the filter properly. Incidentally, a ProVent venting to atmosphere isn't roadworthy, and any sign of the ProVent venting (like oil stains around the vent) would be all the evidence needed by a dealer to deny a warranty claim for an oil leak elsewhere.
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To OP, unless you’ve already bought it, why would you want to fit an HPD catch can when there are articles linked on here to how ineffective they are compared to other brands? Just curious.


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A poorly designed or poorly maintained catch can may prevent the Positive Crankcase Ventilation (PCV) system from venting blow-by pressure in the sump. High pressure in the sump can force oil out through all the seals, including front, rear and rocker cover.

The ProVent's spring loaded vents are there to guard against precisely this problem, in case the owner fails to maintain the filter properly. Incidentally, a ProVent venting to atmosphere isn't roadworthy, and any sign of the ProVent venting (like oil stains around the vent) would be all the evidence needed by a dealer to deny a warranty claim for an oil leak elsewhere.



Well aware of that mate. But a hpd or provent should pose no issues. Naturally maintenance will be necessary...just like 99% of engine parts and accessories. Like anything that requires maintenance...if you dont do it...you,ll lose.
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Well aware of that mate. But a hpd or provent should pose no issues. Naturally maintenance will be necessary...just like 99% of engine parts and accessories. Like anything that requires maintenance...if you dont do it...you,ll lose.
Sorry Dicko, I was more intending to reply to Kimmy's concerns, but didn't make that clear. Posting from the pub with a drink or two under my belt...

I agree. A properly designed, installed and maintained catch can won't cause seals to leak.

Cheap and nasty catch can, installation or owner = problem.
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