Oscyjack wrote:It's very simple. Locate the <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw=pcv+valve+hose" title="Link added by VigLink" class="vglnk"><span>PCV </span><span>hose</span></a>, and pop it off. Then mount catch can. Then route the new heater hose from the PCV outlet (crankcase) to the catch can inlet, secure with clamps. From the outlet of the can run another section of hose to the inlet of the PCV (intake). You're taking off a short hose, and replacing it with a longer version with a can in the middle. The process is the same for every year 5.3, but the PCV may be located elsewhere, but its the same concept.
Literally thousands of posts on installation if you run a search
I searched hard, I really did. Everything that had detailed information and pictures was for the old style can with two fittings. All the ones I found for the three fitting style can all involved turbo setups.[/quote]
You may have the wrong can. Should only have 1 inlet and 1 outlet. Could be wrong though. $380 is nuts. Nice piece, but that's a lot of money. I still recommend the CP HE can, best performance per dollar which is what i'm all about haha