Philips Screw driver
Flat head Screw driver
Oil Catch Can
2 Hose Clamps
5-10 Ft of 3/8 Fuel Line.
Before you start make sure the catch can is air tight. Whether this means running caulking or whatever you want to do make sure it is air tight when assembled. If not your truck will start throwing codes and piss you off. Trust me I learned the hard way, after trying to figure out why my truck was running lean; small air leak in the oil catch can. Ran some Caulking and whammmo no more codes.
First Remove your engine cover. remove 2 10mm screws and pull off. This gives you a lot more room to work with the necessary lines.
Then undue the bolts on the supporting beam. 2 12mm bolts. This once again gives you more room to work.
Find your desired location, and mount. I used an existing hole in the engine bay, and a homemade bracket.
Then attach your Catch can to the mount.
Attach the fuel lines to the catch can and tighten down with a flat head and a hose clamp.
Remove the stock hose.
Grab the stock squeeze pins and slide them over the other end of the fuel hose.
Attach one end of the fuel hose into the first location. Then squeeze the clip onto the hose.
Repeat the above step with the other end
Make sure the hoses are tight, then reattach the cross support with the 2 12mm bolts
Reattach the engine cover with 2 10mm bolts.
Slightly close the engine hood and make sure the hoses clear the hood.
Make sure all the tools are out of the engine bay, and then start the engine. Make sure everything works and go for a test drive.
And now you have successfully attached an oil catch can to your engine.
400 Miles of driving.