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307 diesel air pipe collapses when engine runs

The very large hose runing front to back in the engine, collapses when the engine runs and starves the engine of air. it then cuts out,

it seems to run from the side of the radiator to the inlet ahead of the bend at the back of the enhibe ready to follow through to the air filter..

Any help ??

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Hi

It sounds like the initial intake hose on a 90 bhp HDi engine, in which case you need to follow it and check for blockages, including inside the air box after removal of the air filter.

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Geordie

Posted on Jun 11, 2008

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