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      01-14-2019, 06:24 PM   #1
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OEM I/C Hotside Hose Seal Install

Taking intercooler back to OEM for sale,
Found this hotside (green) oring seal broken similiar to the picture below.

Sourced a replacement and ill be damned if i can get the OEM hose back into the intercooler to click into place with the clip with the oring on the hose.

Am i missing something here? its about 2-3cms off from goign straight in to where it sits sealed.
If i take the oring off, it fits perfect instantly.
Id rather not do the dodge and leave the seal off.....
Any tips / pointers??


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