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oil from the crank case vent (ccv) is routed into intake. it was originally for emmissions compliance so it didn't vent to atmosphere but some people "claim" the ccv needs suction to properly vent... in anycase the oil from the ccv gets on the Cac boots the black soft hose with the 2 clamps that popped off and slides off under high-boost situations so he was running it hard when it popped or it was just soaked in oil...
1. break blean the cac boots and re-tighten the clamps
2. make a ccv re-route kit at your own risk
should be fine just cleaning the oil off and tightening the clamps. its comone issue. might wanna ask if he was hot-rodding it or not though...
p.s. should be a 10m wrench or socket will fit all if not most cac boots hardware to re-tighten...
currently-1999 F250 SBRB 4X4 7.3, 6.0 trans cooler, 08 mirrors, AIS Intake.
-2004 F350 CCLB 4x4: Sinister Race solutions kit, CAT ELC Edge CS, SCT SF3, PHP Ficm programmer, Procomp, Rough country, and Nitto goodies.
-2004 excursion, banks exhaust, 03 turbo, aem intake.
-2006 f350 king ranch, aem intake, 10 in fabtech, 40in tires, sct tunes.
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