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Intercooler piping

Hey guys i was just out looking under the hood, and realized that there is a part that is attached to the power steering pump that has rubbed a hole in the drivers side intercooler pipe. Its kinda pushed it in then worn a hole in it. I have oil on the underside of the pipe that starts from that location. Just wondering if anyone else has run into this or not, and if so how did you remedy it so it didnt happen again? Also is there another place other than ford to get a new one? As always thanks in advance for the help!!!

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Yes, it's a bad design by Ford on that one. I just ziptied that hose up. And actually, I even replaced that line with an all rubber line in loom.



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You ziptied the intercooler pipe up? What did you replace with a rubber line? I'm confused. I'll take a pic tomorrow so i can show more clearly show whats going on...

2002 F-250 CCSB
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4" MBRP turbo-back straight pipe
zoodad mod
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super springs rear
Procomp 2inch leveling kit
305/70/16 Toyo M/T's
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Turbomaster wastegate controller
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I ziptied up the PS hose. And I replaced it, one day, with an all rubber line in loom.



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