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post #11 of 23 Old 08-25-2009, 06:53 AM
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what could have happend is when you pulle dthe turbo the first time you mat have pryed on the ypipe to much and bent the tubes. the only way to fix it is replace the up pipes off the manifolds or the ypipe which ever is bent. it dont take much to bend them to where they wont line up.

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Maybe the solid up-pipe is holding the y-pipe to far towards the drivers side. Maybe the bellows on the factory up-pipe gives just enough to allow a tighter fit. Just a thought.

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Can you loosen, but not completely disconnect the clamps/connections the uppipes and y pipe, then install turbo, tighten y-pipe, then tighten up-pipes, then install downpipe.. in that order and see if you can get everything to line up.

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I loosened all the connections last night and tightened the Y-pipe connection to the turbo first and then the downpipe. I left the other connection to the Y-pipe loose (at the far end). There was more play with the Y-pipe, but still was leaking exhaust. I was using the old marmon clamp that I busted. (I was able to fix it enough to tighten it down). After tightening back up, I took the truck for a long drive and let it run for a while to heat it up good. Didn't fix the leak, but may try again after it has cooled off. Found someone in the diesel garage forum who had the same problem and said that a new marmon clamp fixed it. Have one on order, but won't be back to the project until next week.
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Maybe the solid up-pipe is holding the y-pipe to far towards the drivers side. Maybe the bellows on the factory up-pipe gives just enough to allow a tighter fit. Just a thought.
there is still two more flexible pieces in there, the up pipe inst the issue, we have installed 100's with no issues.

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I loosened the up-pipe at the lower end (farthest from the turbo) and that gave me more play at the Y-pipe. Still leaks at the turbo connection to the Y-pipe, but I'm thinking a new marmon clamp will fix this. It is clearly leaking at that connection. Will post with results next week when I get back to it.
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I have a 2004 F-350 6.0L. Im having heating problems. When im driving through town or if im at an idle my temp will go way up to about 230 and my heater will blow out cold air. When I'm driving down the high way my temp goes down and my heater starts to blow out hot air again. If anybody could tell me what is going on I would appreciate it.
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I have a 2004 F-350 6.0L. Im having heating problems. When im driving through town or if im at an idle my temp will go way up to about 230 and my heater will blow out cold air. When I'm driving down the high way my temp goes down and my heater starts to blow out hot air again. If anybody could tell me what is going on I would appreciate it.
Sounds like your low on coolant.....have you checked the level yet?
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I had that same issue. I was low on coolant and it turned out to be bad EGR Cooler allowing coolant into intake.
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i got a 03 6.0 that's popping back through the intake and not building any high pressure oil to the rails. Any add advice where to start
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