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Old 09-05-2008, 07:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Crankcase breather filter Clogged ??

Took my 08 3500 with 22K on it into local Houston dealer for P2000 and P2262 Codes and they tell me my air filter is 100 % clogged wich also clogged the crankcase breather filter. Anyone else had this problem ?. My air filter looked a little dirty but not that bad.
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Old 12-18-2008, 08:03 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I have this problem too. I bought the truck and the filter was clogged pretty bad. I went to the dealer and they want $$$$$$$$. The part number is CV52001 (fleetguard). I have searched and can not find one. I am sure I can get it from cummins. I may try soaking it in degreaser and washing it???
I cleared the message but it keeps coming back.
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Old 12-19-2008, 10:57 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Took my 08 3500 with 22K on it into local Houston dealer for P2000 and P2262 Codes and they tell me my air filter is 100 % clogged wich also clogged the crankcase breather filter. Anyone else had this problem ?. My air filter looked a little dirty but not that bad.
those codes have nothing to do with a dirty air filter or ccv filter. they're BS'ing you. the 2000 is an O2 sensor code and the 2262 is a dirty turbo. Welcome - you have a lot of reading ahead of you here...Ask them how bad the blow-by is to have clogged the ccv filter - chances are they either won't know how to respond or they'll make up some more BS. The ccv filter has a change interval of 60k miles iirc
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those codes have nothing to do with a dirty air filter or ccv filter. they're BS'ing you. the 2000 is an O2 sensor code and the 2262 is a dirty turbo. Welcome - you have a lot of reading ahead of you here...Ask them how bad the blow-by is to have clogged the ccv filter - chances are they either won't know how to respond or they'll make up some more BS. The ccv filter has a change interval of 60k miles iirc
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The "perform service" will come up on the over head when it wants the ccv filter changed. Good luck with the dealer I called mine about getting one and they had no clue what I was talking about or why you should change it
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those codes have nothing to do with a dirty air filter or ccv filter. they're BS'ing you. the 2000 is an O2 sensor code and the 2262 is a dirty turbo. Welcome - you have a lot of reading ahead of you here...Ask them how bad the blow-by is to have clogged the ccv filter - chances are they either won't know how to respond or they'll make up some more BS. The ccv filter has a change interval of 60k miles iirc
Yikes! This is the same reason I found a different service shop to take my truck to. The two times I went for service on my new truck the service manager either did not know what he was talking about or he was told to tell customers misinformation. I do not go there any more as they did not do quaility work on my truck. Rather than let them screw around anymore on my new truck I decided to correct their poor workmanship my self.
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i had this same problem brother. bought my truck and a week later the cel was on. took it in and they wouldnt touch the truck until another crankcase breather was put on they wanted 128.00 for the part. and 95.00 for labor. i just bought the part for 128.00 and installed it right there in the dealership parking lot in less than 30 minutes. the breather is right under the valve cover and slips right out to put the new one in. after this was done they installed my new turbo and reflashed me and i was gone. let me know if you need any help although i would doubt it cuz i aint the most savvy diesel head around.
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what's the point of the filter anyway? I've not taken it apart yet to look at it...
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it filters out blow by if i understand correctly. not positive though
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is there a aftermarket crank case ventilation filter. dodge wants too much for the part. i currently have a service required message and have all emmisions stuff completly removed. Tuner is showing no engine codes or transmission codes. ther is 58,700 mile on her and about the right interval. I am just not convinced to spend over 100 dollars on this dang filter. H & s are saying this might be what the message is for. there is another post about the same issues and a thread that shows how to reset the console messages. you turn your key to the run position and then depress your accelartor pedal twice and then brake pedal twice and turn key off and then start the truck. it is also in the owners manual.

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other forums and threads are saying the cummins dealer will sell the filter for 50 bucks
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