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    01-10-2013 08:05 AM - permalink
    Try this -- block the very bottom of the intercooler with a piece of cardboard 3-4 inches high and 16-17 inches wide. This allows warm air to enter the intercooler at the bottom and reduces the chance of condensation build up. I drove my truck this way for a good while with no incident. [ months ] before installing this the symptom occurred every week. After removing the cardboard the symptom occurred within a few days. If you need to drive it get it back and put on the cardboard until they can get the part.
    Hope this helps.

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