When under stress (9.5 foot camper, 2 horses in 16 foot trailer, heading up long hill), my 2003 F350 6.0 liter powerstroke blew out the clamp on the turbo hose (3" hose on top right of engine). Got the hose back on, but it keeps blowing off under stress. Ford says they won't honor warrantee if I drive it that way, even to get in a safe location. Ford Roadside Assistance was a loser - never called back when they said they would. Ford service tested it after the first time (just popped it back on and reclamped) and said everything was fine - but it happened again next time I had the truck out. This time I could not get the clamp to stay on - kept slipping off.
AAA got the clamp to stay on by putting an adhesive bandage under the clamp.
Anyone else had problems with the turbo hose? By the way, the hose itself looks damaged by heat - lots of burn marks.
I am really reluctant to take horses out into the boonies again - specially since there is often no cell phone service.