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    My fix and solution for my 2016 intake cel codes p144c

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    Hi guys,

    Just wanted to share what I did for my cel codes. I have the mishi intake on my 2016. I can tell you I researched these intakes a lot. Besides some issues with some fitments on the female adapters on this kit, I believe the octopus adapter will not provide the Venturi effect to scavenge the evaporate gases properly. The car needs the movement of pressure from the Ic cold side pipe into the intake to be accelerated thru a t piece which narrows in the middle to draw and scavenge the gases. On the 2016s the t piece is attached to the intake tubing we remove to put the aftermarket intakes on. On the 2104 and 2015 the t piece and check valve are built into the evaporate tubing itself.
    So I went and bought the evaporate hoses for a 2015 fiesta st and it is plug and play, snug tight oem fit on the 2016 and onto my mishimoto intake tubing directly. Costs about $80 at the dealer. Part number in the pics...good luck all.


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    Let us know if you have any issues with this piece. Thanks for posting the part number.
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    2 weeks plus so far with no issues.
    For clarification, you have to remove the intake tube to install the evap tubing in the photo. All the female fittings are the same on the 2016 as in the piece in photo. In the photo, at the top at the one o'clock position is the green clip female fitting that will go onto the male fitting on the tube coming from the evap canister at the back of the engine bay. The evap purge valve which is in the center of the photo needs to just be unclipped from its electrical connector on the 2016 and clipped onto the new one. It just pulls up off of a support piece and the new one just pushes back down. At 9 o'clock in the photo is the black female connector that just plugs right onto male connector at the intake manifold. Just take the old one off. At 7 o'clock in the photo is the green clip female connector that goes onto the male connector at the IC cool side piping. In the center of the photo is the green clip female connector that goes onto the male at the intake tube male connector. All fit perfect and tight.
    Between the last 2 connectors I mentioned is the all important venturi injector t-piece, it has a round disc check valve on it visible in the photo. This piece is connected to the intake tube itself on the 2016. In the 2014-2015, it was incorporated into the tubing. I included some photos of how it works. We have to remember that when the evap purge valve (which is in the center of the photo) opens to purge, where are the fuel vapors going to go? Well, lets say we are driving on the highway for quite some time. Everywhere the female connectors go in the system is at HIGHER pressure than the evap canister. The vapors will not be able to be purged. But with the venturi injector t-piece, as the air from the IC cool side pipe gets sucked through the t-piece on the way to the intake (the boost leak we know was placed in our cars for a reason), it accelerates thru the narrowing in the middle of the t-piece, lowering pressure focally, and the round disc valve gets opened by the bernouli effect and now the evap vapors can enter the stream and get dumped into the intake. If the tubing from the aftermarket guys trying to solve this code issues does not include some type of the venturi injector, I am afraid codes will always come back at some point. It does not look to me like the mishimoto octopus adapter can make this effect happen properly.
    I hope this makes sense and is helpful.
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    D2BZ-9C047-E

    Thanks for posting the part #. I just ordered this and will report back on install.

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    Update, no codes or issues whatsoever.

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    Great news!!!
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    I just ordered one for my 2016 so I can use a Mountune High Flow Induction Hose. Will report back upon install.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoHack View Post
    I just ordered one for my 2016 so I can use a Mountune High Flow Induction Hose. Will report back upon install.
    I just received mine today. I hope to get it installed this weekend.

    Anything new to report from those who have theirs installed?

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    Oh wow, glad I found this! I've been trying to source the 2016 "fix" kit from cp-e separate from the intake since my building lost the package containing just the 2016 fix kit somehow. Was sort of bothered that their kit seemed to leave whatever this system was only partially functional, as it caps off the line coming from the intercooler cold side. It seems their kit is a no check engine light fix and not a functional fix. Now that I know what the system in question even is (new to this car) and what the 2016 vs 2015 change actually meant, I bought the older parts as well rather than pay the ~$60 shipped from cp-e for their check valve thing. I'd much rather everything is proper so thanks!

    I guess just one of the intake pipes will have to come off to install this, not too bad.

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    hmm looks like I will have to sell all my fixes to get a OEM setup. lol

 

 
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