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Old 01-22-2017, 04:50 PM
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Just to be clear. The dealer replaced the seal and cut the vent hose to prevent pressure from building up in crankcase from hose freezing up and causing another oil leak. But by cutting the vent hose, wouldn't unfiltered air be sucked in thru the cut? I'm trying to picture this in my head, but, like a lot of things, it gets pretty cloudy in there


No the pressure opens up the cut and when the pressure subsides the cut closes up again. Nothing can come into it when it's pressurized.


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just thinking as an option instead of a cut maybe something a little more professional like putting a T or Y in line then run the new line somewhere to a high and dry location terminated with a PCV valve.
PCV valves are cheap and generally available and are one way. They were invented for tanks in WWII to protect the crank oil and allow the tank to drive through really deep water. A simple one way control valve. They are cheap and available from Cdn Tire or autoparts stores, etc...
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Belt slipping when running tracks

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Just to be clear. The dealer replaced the seal and cut the vent hose to prevent pressure from building up in crankcase from hose freezing up and causing another oil leak. But by cutting the vent hose, wouldn't unfiltered air be sucked in thru the cut? I'm trying to picture this in my head, but, like a lot of things, it gets pretty cloudy in there


Doubt it would pull much dirt through. Intake air will travel the path of least resistance. Through foam air filter. If it say got dirty enough to choke out engine I'm sure you'd notice before any damage would happen. If your thinking water entry I could see a problem but only if your constantly submerged not like anyone has tested out snorkels on a mud pro


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just thinking as an option instead of a cut maybe something a little more professional like putting a T or Y in line then run the new line somewhere to a high and dry location terminated with a PCV valve.
PCV valves are cheap and generally available and are one way. They were invented for tanks in WWII to protect the crank oil and allow the tank to drive through really deep water. A simple one way control valve. They are cheap and available from Cdn Tire or autoparts stores, etc...
Just a thought and option.

I like this idea and think I'll give it a try.
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I'm having trouble removing the spacer on the primary shaft. I've applied heat but no luck. Should it be stuck like that? Every video I've seen, it just slides off.
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Yes it slides right off. Possible that rust and corrosion are holding it. Try get a couple small pry bars behind stationary sheeve. Might only take a little pressure but it should all come off easily


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No luck with trying to pry it off. Not much room to work with behind the stationary sleeve and nothing I want to apply too much pressure to for leverage��. Any more suggestions cause I'm all out, other than destroying the spacer to remove it.
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Ok, got the spacer off. Removed secondary but can't really see where the oil is coming from. Can I start the quad with clutches off to see where its leaking?
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Ok, got the spacer off. Removed secondary but can't really see where the oil is coming from. Can I start the quad with clutches off to see where its leaking?


Yes but put spacer an nut back on. Oil pressure will push that seal sleeve out and cause a bigger leak


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I've got everything apart now, just waiting for the parts. I noticed that there wasn't a one way bearing on the wet clutch. Is this normal for the 2013 700 TRV?
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This vent line problem has been goin on for years now. Why has cat not corrected this at the factory My buddy had the same problem on his 700 prowler few years back.
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