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    Intercooler hose disconnected

    One of the hoses from my FMIC popped off on my drive home the other day (drivers side).
    Managed to get under and pop it back on this afternoon and tighten the jubilee clip (annoyingly there's no ridge on the pipes to keep it really secure).

    Is there any other steps needed before driving it again? Or any steps/advice to follow on the first drive?

    Luckily it's not my fault driver.

    Thanks in advance.

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    If it's back on and secure there is nothing else to worry about. Mikalor clamps are really good for these type of connections.
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