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I just noticed this and I think its probably dessicant. Can anyone confirm that next step is depressurize system and replace dessicant or is it too late by the time you see the white powder? I check under the hood often so I think this is a new development, not a lot of powder yet.

EAS seems to still be functioning OK. Except for occasionally going to high setting on its own.
 

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It cost about $30, It's only an exhaust, goingg down goes a bit slower as usual, no need to depresurize
 

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You can replace the desiccant, but it’s already in the eas block by now, normally the diaphragm gets coated so you could get future problems
 
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