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Just found this forum and seems like it was perfect timing.... I was cleaning the air filter on my 2000 PSD and I noticed that one of the vacuum lines that went to the waste gate actuator was just hanging off, so I put it back on to its rightful place...Then I noticed what looked like duct tape, around the piece of rubber air duct that goes between the turbo and the intake system. Looks like the dealer did a cover up job, because the boot has a huge hole in it, now that he is out of business I cant go back to him. I've looked around for a few days now and none has a clue what the part is called or where to get one. If anyone can help me find out what the part number is or where to get one it would be greatly appreciated. * it seems to have a slight bend in it, and its like a reducer from intake to turbo, 3in to 3.5 or ??? Im sure you guys know what I mean. Thanks! -Pete
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Just found this forum and seems like it was perfect timing.... I was cleaning the air filter on my 2000 PSD and I noticed that one of the vacuum lines that went to the waste gate actuator was just hanging off, so I put it back on to its rightful place...Then I noticed what looked like duct tape, around the piece of rubber air duct that goes between the turbo and the intake system. Looks like the dealer did a cover up job, because the boot has a huge hole in it, now that he is out of business I cant go back to him. I've looked around for a few days now and none has a clue what the part is called or where to get one. If anyone can help me find out what the part number is or where to get one it would be greatly appreciated. * it seems to have a slight bend in it, and its like a reducer from intake to turbo, 3in to 3.5 or ??? Im sure you guys know what I mean. Thanks! -Pete
Can you get a pic and post it?

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Its the rubber boot in this pic. (not my actual photo but its identical)
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Its the rubber boot in this pic. (not my actual photo but its identical)
I'm working on it for ya.

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Don't drive the truck with the hole in that hose. If you suck something into it, there is nothing keeping it from going through the turbo. If it gets to the turbo then you have a big problem.

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The thing that scares me is that Ive owned the truck for 4 years, and I guess I've driven almost 100 mi a day for work with it like that , luckily I quit that job and now im going to school, very locally, hopefully I can get the part soon. Thanks for looking into this for me.
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you can get the hose at ford,just ask for a turbo inlet hose
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The thing that scares me is that Ive owned the truck for 4 years, and I guess I've driven almost 100 mi a day for work with it like that , luckily I quit that job and now im going to school, very locally, hopefully I can get the part soon. Thanks for looking into this for me.
I've got friends that work at 2 Ford dealerships in parts. I will get the number in the morning.

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I DONT KNOW IF THIS HELPS, BUT IF THE AIS KIT REUSES THIS HOSE I HAVE ONE FOR SALE IN THIS KIT. IF IT IS NOT NEEDED FOR THE AIS THEN I COULD SELL IT TO YOU. PRICE IT @ FORD FIRST YOU MIGHT BE ABLE TO BUY THIS KIT AS CHEAP, IF YOU HAVE A 99-03 7.3

eBay Motors: FORD AIS AIR CLEANER ASSY. POWERSTROKE, SUPERDUTY,99-03 (item 200276735534 end time Nov-23-08 14:46:49 PST)

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Just found this forum and seems like it was perfect timing.... I was cleaning the air filter on my 2000 PSD and I noticed that one of the vacuum lines that went to the waste gate actuator was just hanging off, so I put it back on to its rightful place...Then I noticed what looked like duct tape, around the piece of rubber air duct that goes between the turbo and the intake system. Looks like the dealer did a cover up job, because the boot has a huge hole in it, now that he is out of business I cant go back to him. I've looked around for a few days now and none has a clue what the part is called or where to get one. If anyone can help me find out what the part number is or where to get one it would be greatly appreciated. * it seems to have a slight bend in it, and its like a reducer from intake to turbo, 3in to 3.5 or ??? Im sure you guys know what I mean. Thanks! -Pete
Here you go bud. The part # is XC3Z-9B659-AA and the list price is $44.22. Hope this helps you out.

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