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    After having my engine rebuilt after cam belt went had to take the car back in today to have all the fluids drained and 're filled and have a new thermostat fitted. Driving home noticed absolutely no power loads of smoke and loud hissing noise.

    Pulled over and opened bonnet to see a large hose on the passenger side over the thermostat next to the battery was off and they hadn't put a jubilee clip back on.

    1- what is this pipe
    2-what damage has those caused
    3-is it just a case of putting it back on with a jubilee clip.
    4-is there anything else I should look out for and check.

    Hope you guys can help me asap. This car has cost me far too much so far with engine rebuild new starter motor and thermostat.

    Thanks in advance

    Alex

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    sounds like the turbo outlet to inlet manifold hose. Not a big deal just clamp it back on and all will be well. This hose coming off would cause the symptoms you describe too. No need to worry I think. Although I may be telling the garage that you want £100 to cover the cost of having it towed because at the time you thought it may be serious and not their mistake! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesmcuk View Post
    sounds like the turbo outlet to inlet manifold hose. Not a big deal just clamp it back on and all will be well. This hose coming off would cause the symptoms you describe too. No need to worry I think. Although I may be telling the garage that you want £100 to cover the cost of having it towed because at the time you thought it may be serious and not their mistake! LOL
    agreed!

    james did you get your new turbo fitted?

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    Thursday mate! Cant wait! :-)

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    you will be disappointed you cant give it some till its bedded in some say 200 miles my garage said 500 all minimum boost

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    Well the guy who supplied mine didn't say anything about that you know. And IMO its been balanced in the same bearings its still going to be in, in the same housings it will be in and at full boost. In fact the only difference will be that it will be using good old Lancashire Air instead of Scottish LOL. With this in mind I can't see I need too "bed" it in. What do you think?

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    if its second hand then fine if its a recon one then you need to bed it in

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    Quote Originally Posted by john norris View Post
    if its second hand then fine if its a recon one then you need to bed it in
    Its a recon so maybe I will then. What did they advise? Keep below 3000rpm or similar?

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    Here is the offending pipe/jubilee clip?



    Can anyone shed any more light on it? And provide anymore answers to my original post?

    Many thanks

    Alex

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharks35 View Post
    Here is the offending pipe/jubilee clip?



    Can anyone shed any more light on it? And provide anymore answers to my original post?

    Many thanks

    Alex
    Get two new strong jubilee clips. Make sure the pipe has no splits in it, and re-attach it very securely No damage would have been done when it popped off. Mine popped off at 70mph a couple of weeks ago. Pulled over and re-attached, then off I went

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