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Old 03-19-2019, 10:32 PM   #1
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Blown hose

I have a 2001 32T with the 5.9 ISB 275hp. I was inspecting the wiring around the engine to make sure there are no abrasions when I found a rubber hose that looks to me like it was blown open. I have no idea what it's function is but I do know it is not a coolant hose. I have attached pictures of the hose and the component that one end connects to on the far right of the picture. It is on the passenger side of the engine. Can anyone help me so that I might find a part # for the hose?
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Old 03-19-2019, 10:49 PM   #2
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Looks like the air intake hose for your compressor. I can’t help with the part number...maybe Freightliner (if that’s the chassis) would know. You could bring it to an auto parts store, they might be able to match the diameter and bend angle with something hanging in the back. In the meantime you could clean up the area around the break and wrap it with some good tape...it’ll get you back on the road and your compressor won’t be sucking unfiltered air.
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Old 03-21-2019, 08:27 AM   #3
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Thank you. I'll see what I can find
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Old 03-21-2019, 08:32 AM   #4
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I have a 2001 32T with the 5.9 ISB 275hp. I was inspecting the wiring around the engine to make sure there are no abrasions when I found a rubber hose that looks to me like it was blown open. I have no idea what it's function is but I do know it is not a coolant hose. I have attached pictures of the hose and the component that one end connects to on the far right of the picture. It is on the passenger side of the engine. Can anyone help me so that I might find a part # for the hose?
take it to a auto parts store?
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Thank you for pointing me in the right direction. After your reply I went to you tube and the first video I watched pointed the problem to that hose. It was indeed an output compressor hose going into the intake somehow. The other two metal lines provide the air for the brakes and air bags. I found the hose at a Freightliner dealer. What a difference it made. I have not had that much power from that engine since I purchased it in 2008.
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That's because engine boost pressure is comming FROM the intake manifold to the compressor.

You were loosing a bunch of boost and that leads to less power.

They do it that way to get clean air to the compressor.
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Thank you for the explanation. Sure does run good now. Should get a little more out of a gallon of fuel now.
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Thank you for the explanation. Sure does run good now. Should get a little more out of a gallon of fuel now.
Hum, more boost air needs more fuel. That makes more power.
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Hum, more boost air needs more fuel. That makes more power.
Its evident that you know what you're talking about. As you can tell, I don't. Mileage is kind of a non factor anyway when we push these boxes down the highway. Thanks again for your expertise. Gene. Happy travels.
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It is potential problems like that which made me stock a roll of Rescue Tape in my toolbox. BTW, it's much cheaper at an auto parts store.
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