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Old 02 Nov 2020, 05:17 am
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Default Failed Hose Issues

On both of the 05 Turbo Convertibles here, this hose has failed. It's letting air in on both and I suspect the cause of the stumbling and pathetic idle (P0172 code is set twice) on one of them.

Any idea what to exactly search for since ma mopar parts sites have no clue?

The end appears to be a cheap rubber, hence the holes and general failure. Couldn't find anything at the auto parts store, only similar rubber part I found didn't fit

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Old 02 Nov 2020, 08:38 am
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Default Re: Failed Hose Issues

I've had the same issue. A hole in that line caused the engine in my 2005 GT is run wild. It's a good idea to replace it with rubber and then shield it from the turbo heat that comes up from directly below it.



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Old 02 Nov 2020, 08:55 am
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So you just 86’ed the whole plastic tube/rubber end and made it a rubber hose?
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Old 02 Nov 2020, 10:25 am
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I just replaced a section of the plastic hose that is subject to excessive heat from the turbo and/or experiences lots of rubbing against the firewall. Then I modified the heat wrap a little to help cover it better. I was considering using metal electric conduit as a heat shield, but the modified wrap has worked well. On my GT, I raised all the lines up above the clips and that helped as well.

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