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C&L Oil Separator; Passenger Side (09-23 5.7L HEMI Challenger)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Justin: Hey, guys, what's going on? Justin here with, and today, we're gonna be taking a closer look at and installing the C&L Passenger Side Oil Separator in Black, available for all 2009 and newer 5.7-liter Challengers. Now, long story short here, guys, you should be checking out the C&L Separator for your Hemi-powered ride if you're looking for, I would say, one of the most affordable ways to help protect your engine against oily sludge from being reintroduced back through your car's PCV system.So, in short, your Hemi has what is called a PCV system, which is short for positive crankcase ventilation. Now, the purpose of this system is to help regulate and remove fumes produced during combustion from the engine crankcase and to help alleviate crankcase pressure, which if not otherwise alleviated, could lead to things like oil leaks or even seal damage.Now, because laws do mandate the PCV system be sealed at all times, the engine has to use vacuum to draw these vapors out, and then ultimately plumb them back into the intake track where they are to be burned off during the next combustion cycle. Now, that all sounds good in theory, but a lot of times these oily vapors end up leaving an oily residue in things like your intake manifold, and even in some extreme cases on the backside of your intake valves, which can lead to things like valve corking or deposits over time.So, how does this little guy work? Well, all of that oily vapor we just talked about is gonna pass through your car's PCV system and into the C&L Separator. Now, at that point, the solids present in this vapor, basically all the little tiny particles of oil and maybe unburnt fuel, they're gonna get caught in the honeycomb filter and stainless-steel mesh material in the actual canister. And at that point, kind of collect down in the canister itself while still allowing fresh, clean air to pass through your car's PCV system as intended without all those grimy side effects.Now, construction is gonna be extremely solid despite the low price point of the C&L here, guys, you're gonna be looking at things like a billet aluminum canister in black, I would say gloss black 2-1/4 ounce capacity is what you're looking at here. You're also getting the necessary bracketry to mount the actual canister in the engine bay, and they even toss in a nice little decorative plate here to top everything off once the install has been completed.This particular canister does have a port down here on the bottom to be used with your included drain. That's gonna help making emptying the can a lot easier in the process. Finally, guys, as you can see, the kit does also include all of the lines necessary along with your clamps and the barb-style fittings here needed to get everything in place.Now, price point for the C&L is gonna be one of the most attractive features here about this particular kit. In fact, you're looking at right around 80 bucks for this particular option, making this easily the most affordable of its kind here on the site. For reference sake, guys, that's less than half the cost of other options, but some things to keep in mind here in that regard, the more expensive options typically give you like a factory-style fitting to make things very plug-and-play. They also give you a little bit more capacity with the canister. So, just a couple things to keep in mind, but if you're looking to save the most money, the C7L is certainly gonna be the one for you.Let's talk a little bit more about the install. And as I mentioned earlier, this is gonna be mostly plug-and-play-ish, little bit of work, of course, to get the bracket in place, mount the canister, run all your lines, and, of course, clamp everything in place. Because of all that, site's still gonna go one outta three wrenches on the difficulty meter, maybe 30 minutes of your time to get everything in place from start to finish. But now to give you a better idea of just where you're gonna mount the canister, how you're gonna run the lines, let's head out to the shop for our detailed walkthrough and tool breakdown.Man: The tools you'll need for this project are a 3/8 drive ratchet, a 10-millimeter socket, a 1/4-inch drive ratchet, a 6-millimeter socket, a flathead screwdriver, a Phillips head screwdriver, a 3-1/4-inch wrench, and you'll also need to source some Teflon tape, and you'll need a utility knife or a sharp object to cut the hose. Hi, everyone. Today we're installing an oil separator on our Challenger. So, let's get started with the uninstall first. All right. Once you've got your hood up, first thing we're gonna do is remove the engine cover, and that's simply a matter of lifting up on the front and pulling it out.Next thing we need to do is remove this breather tube here between the oil fill and the manifold, and we're just gonna use our flathead screwdriver to loosen up the clamp, and then you can just pull it out, and do the same thing for the front. Put some thread sealer on the dump valve that goes on the bottom of our oil separator. Now, you can use whatever type of thread sealant that you like. In our case right now, we're just gonna use the tape. You can use the paste if you like.We'll just wrap this around a couple of times and we'll go ahead and screw that in to the bottom of our separator. Now, you can tighten that up using a 3-1/4-inch wrench. It doesn't have to be overly tight, just tighten up to keep it from falling out. And once we've got that in place, we can go ahead and attach our bracket that mounts to the top of our oil separator, and we're gonna mount that right here on the passenger side fender well. To do that, we're gonna remove this nut or this bolt using our 10-millimeter socket. And we'll insert that into our bracket and put it right back in place. All right. Now can we go ahead and attach our oil separator to our bracket using the supplied flat washer and Phillip's head screw.We'll just fit this underneath our bracket and tighten those down with our Phillips head screwdriver. Next thing we're gonna do is figure out how we're gonna route our hose that is supplied in the kit. So, this top fitting right here on the oil separator is gonna go to this front plug on the intake, and the bottom one is gonna go to the rear here. Now, if you're gonna put your engine cover back on, it's a good idea to get an idea of how to route these hoses to make sure that the cover will go ahead and sit back on there.So, we're gonna go ahead and just roughly measure this out from the fitting here, route it underneath the air box, and then up to our fitting here. We'll go ahead and just straighten that out. So, that's approximately where we need to cut this. So, we'll use our utility knife, cut that hose off, and then we can temporarily put it in place without the clamps on there just to make sure that it's gonna fit with our engine cover.And we'll go ahead and insert one for the bottom. We'll route that up along the side here as well. And then we'll cut that hose. And like I said, we're gonna go ahead and temporarily put these in place without the clamps on there. And then we'll test-fit our engine covered just to make sure that we've got room in there to make it work.Now, we'll go ahead and set our engine cover in place. Make sure that it snaps down on top of our studs and everything works fine. So, we know we've got our hoses routed properly. We'll go ahead and take this off. So, we'll go ahead and install the hose clamp on our lower hose first just because it's easier to get to that way.Now, you wanna make sure, of course, when you put these clamps on, that you have access to the nut on top in order to tighten it. So, we'll go ahead, put the clamp on, slide the hose on. Now, we can tighten it down with either a Phillips head screwdriver or a 6-millimeter socket. We'll go ahead and get this started with our Phillips head screwdriver just so that it snugs it up. Now we'll tighten it down with our 6-millimeter socket. Now we'll go ahead and do our top clamp as well. Now, when you install these hoses onto the fittings, you wanna make sure that they're pressed in all the way to the end.Now we'll go ahead and do the other ends of our hose. So, now we'll go ahead and pull our hose off, slide our clamp one, and then reinstall our hose onto our fitting. Once we've got it on, we'll go ahead and tighten down our clamps. Now we'll move on to our rear hose and tighten down our clamp. Now, with our hoses all secured, make sure everything is tight, there's no interference anywhere. Then we go ahead and reinstall our engine cover.And that wraps up our review and install of the C&L Oil Separator for the Passenger Side on the '09 and newer three 5.7-liter Hemi Challenger. Thanks for watching. And remember, for all things Challenger, keep it right here at

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Reduces Blow-By and Engine Sludge
      • 2.25 oz Capacity
      • Aluminum Construction
      • Black Anodized Finish
      • Passenger Side Kit
      • Straight Forward Installation
      • Reuse Factory PCV Fittings
      • Fits 2009-2023 5.7L HEMI Dodge Challenger Models


      Minimize Engine Sludge. Prevent engine sludge from hampering your 5.7L HEMI powered Challenger's performance by installing a C&L Oil Separator. Crankcase exhaust gases (better known as blow-by) is an oily vapor that re-enters through your engines PCV system and gradually coats the inside of your throttle body and intake manifold. Overtime this oily residue thickens and becomes engine sludge which will rob you of power. However, an Oil Separator (sometimes known as a Catch Can) will capture these blow-by gases before they are able to re-enter the system to prevent the formation of this engine sludge.

      Quality Construction. C&L manufactures their Oil Separator from the high quality aluminum for excellent durability and long-lasting service. CNC machined to precise specifications, this Oil Separator is completed in black anodized finish for great under hood looks and long lasting corrosion resistance.

      Straight Forward Installation. C&L engineered their Oil Separator to be installed in under 30 minutes with just basic hand tools. This kit includes two new PCV lines, but you will be required to reuse the original factory PCV fittings, this will allow for an easy plug-and-play installation.

      Application. This C&L Oil Separator; Black; Passenger Side is designed to fit 2009-2023 5.7L HEMI equipped Dodge Challenger models.



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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Catch Can
      • (1) Mounting Bracket
      • (2) M4x0.7 8mm Machine Screws
      • (2) M4 Flat Washers
      • (4) Hose Clamps
      • (1) Ball Valve
      • (1) 1/2 inch Hose 65 inch long

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