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Everything posted by PatrickG

  1. PM request for install PDF sent! Thanks
  2. I have looked this up on the PET on a dealer parts site. The calipers are indeed different part numbers, even though they look identical. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  3. I sent my picture to the local dealer yesterday and they sent me a very nice, helpful reply. Basically what sboost said his Tech did. Hello Patrick, I shared the photo and your expressed concerns with our technicians. It is not uncommon for oil residue to be present in the areas shown. Tightening the clamps on the hoses shown may minimize the active presence. According to our technicians it is nothing to be alarmed about. I do recommend to continue to monitor and cleaning the surface area may provide you with a better gauge of the frequency of accumulating debris. This is fairly common and
  4. Thanks for the input. :thumbup: It is oil for sure...I wiped a spot of it and it for sure is. I think I may remove the clamps and slide off the intake tube to see what the inside looks like.
  5. I was about to do my 30k service and noticed this residue. Anyone know what this is from? 2003 2.7
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