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TURBO PIPE BLOWING OFF

I have a 06 F250 6.0 W/ 206K. all orig except Exhaust... Replaced Egr and turbo hose @ 95k, 135 U-joints and Rearend fluid, Turbo Stand pipes...+ 4" exhaust ( Best move for $$$) Tranny fluid @ 35, 70, 97k, 8 inj and High pressure oil pump and EGR Cooler along w/ oil log o rings @ 175k... for reliability purposes after loosing 1 inj. Great truck, no oil useage..... Change oil evy 5k...This weeked it started blowing off turbo hose (TOP) I put on new one w New Clamps, but can't keep it on.... No real reason, flat land///Hill///just blows off, may last 2 min may last 5-6 hours....What could be the reason for this, as for I'm tired of living in the engine compartment (LOL) The seat is uch more comfortable!!! Thanks MDE--FBT. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++ K I finally got home and pulled radiator, pulled Cooler, I took end off of cooler and washed out unit completely.....really not alot of film inside. I resealed and installed cooler radiator....Went 1/2 mile up the road and the damn thing blew off again......... Where can I look now????? Now at least i know it's not a oil build up in the cooler.

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I have heard the EGR can clog intercooler with oil. But that is just what i have heard.
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I have heard the EGR can clog intercooler with oil. But that is just what i have heard.
woops I mean CCV not EGR
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CCV?

What is that?
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crank case vent. It vents crank case presure into intake so it can be burned usualy it is more than air it is a fine spray of oil with the milege you have on it it is possible to clog intercooler.
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Inter cooler, Do U mean Air Cooler ( Radiator)
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The radiator looking thing youre tubo pipe goes to in front of radiator. I am no tech this is what i read on hear.
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Than You, This is my own Diagnosis, but need to hear it from someone else.!!... Does anyone know if this unit has a drain plug, or do I need to Pull it out?? xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx NO DRAIN PLUG...... BUT NOT PROBLEM....WHAT TO LOOK FOR NOW

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