Here is how to replace the orange EGR cooler hose without removing the intake manifold or EGR cooler.
Start by identifying the leak. This leak is usually present for a short time after the engine has fully cooled down. A few drops of coolant will appear to be dripping off the lower rear corner of the right cylinder head.
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I had the same problem. I put the hose on the housing first before I put it back on. This worked the best for me, I could not get my fingers around the hose. I have not seen anymore fluid on below 25 DEG days.
Holy batman... Just spoke to my local dealer.. they want $400...I say again, $400 to replace the EGR cooler hose...I already have the hose, coolant and gaskets that go to the little housing that the hose hooks up to opposite the EGR cooler. I about hit the floor.
I think I will try this repair myself....I hope it turns out well...lol
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if your good you dont have to take the turbo or pedestal out
My hose appeared to be intact, but the cheap clamp Ford used didn't seem to be tight enough. I cut the old clamp off (without removing the turbo) with some diagonals and slid a regular hose clamp around it, snugged it up, no more leak...(did get a charley horse in my hand from contorting it to thread the hose clamp together...)
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