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Old November 20th, 2013, 07:55   #4
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Location: Moncton New Brunswick
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Originally Posted by opticalmike View Post
Perhaps a guy could punch a small hole in the bottom hose to check and see water come out. if no water escapes a guy could put a small screw in the hole to plug it.
Yes that may work, I was thinking using a tiny drill bit and makeing a hole in the intercooler just in front of where the lower hose attaches to the intercoller.
And you could always use a screw or something to plug it if you wanted. But I doubt the tiny hole would leak enough boost to affect the cars performance.
I could be wrong.
I still have another 10k kms to go before my first oil change, will have a better look then.
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