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Low Power - Cold Side Charge Air Cooler (cac) Disconnected - Oil Leak At Cac Connections - 6.0l Engine - Vehicles Built 4/1/2004 Through 2/20/2005
Some 2004-2005 F-super Duty And Excursion Vehicles Built 4/1/2004 Through 2/20/2005 Equipped With A 6.0l Diesel Engine May Exhibit An Oil Leak From The Cold Side Charge Air Cooler (cac) Duct Connections, Or Low Power/low Boost Performance Due To The Plastic Charge Air Cooler Duct Becoming Disconnected (blowing Off). Determine The Specific Issue With The Cac Duct On The Vehicle That Is Being Serviced, And Perform One (1) Of The Following: - If The Cac Duct Has Separated From The Engine Intake Manifold, Or Leaks Oil Excessively At The Engine Intake Manifold Elbow Connection, Install A Reinforcing Ring. - If The Cac Duct Has Separated From The Cac, Leaks Oil Excessively At The Cac Connection Or Has A Hole Or Other Defect In The Duct, Replace With A Cac Metal Duct Kit.
 
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