I was thinking of adding a catch can to my 2017 4010SE4x4, and bought one, but haven’t started the project yet.
Sounds like a nice and tidy install doing it under the seat. Interesting that a pretty new (3 yrs old) 4010 needed the throttle body replacement, just wondering how many hrs on it before it needed the warranty work?RE #3 I helped a friend yesterday do the install on a 2020 Mule 4010. His just came back from throttle body replacement under warranty.
We ran the included hose from the crankcase oil separator to the catch can and installed the small, included filter on the outlet of the catch can.
We capped the "nipple" on the air duct 14073B, it took a 9/16" cap.
I agree the included hose was very thin and came kinked the way it was packaged/bundled with a zip tie. We are hoping the kinks relax now it's installed.
We saved the hose P/N 92129A to reinstall if it goes in for service.
We had no idea what the "brillo" pad/ wad of curly mesh was for or where it was supposed to go.
We mounted the can with the included bracket under the seat.