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Blowing hose off??

i was driving home and my pickup started making boost and blew the hose off the turbo and i was wondering if there's any special tricks to keep this from happening other then cleaning the oil off and tightening the hell out of the clamp
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Get it good and clean and use a little hair spray (no, I'm not kidding!) or some Permatex High-Tack adhesive on it. Mine was blowing the inter-cooler tube out of the turbo hose, too. First time it did it I thought I blew my tranny. I put a mark on the tube to monitor how much it pulls out. Hasn't been a problem since I glued it.
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Mine also started to blow after I discovered I had a cracked hose, so I replaced it with one from Dorman off of Amazon. I was reading on here and got a tip to use RTV silicone adhesive, and so I cleaned it, put the rtv on both ends and clamped to the appropriate torque, let it cure over night, and it hasn't blown since.

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