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post #1 of 17 Old 09-24-2009, 08:56 AM Thread Starter
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Unhappy Engine issue

Started having this issue last week and now it is considerably worse and almost undriveable.

Starts no problem. Engine sputters big time when accelerating and there is a lack of power. Boost gauge holds steady. Puking and going through a gallon of coolant per month. Was running Innovative’s Xtreme Street tune but returned it to stock and have the same issue. Livewire pulled codes: P0000, P1000, P0603, P132B.

04 6.0L – Build date per door vin sticker is 08/03.
Head studs and EGR delete done about a year ago
80,000 miles
Stock injectors, stock turbo

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Sounds like you blew your gaskets again.


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Sounds like you blew your gaskets again.
Thats what I was afraid of. And...probably a sticky turbo?

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how is your EGR deleted?

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A sticky turbo isn't going to make it run like crap and consume coolant.


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how is your EGR deleted?
With the EGR delete kit from Outlaw Diesel in Oregon - up pipe, coolant hose and block off plate.

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ok, whats your oil temp vs. coolant temp?

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ok, whats your oil temp vs. coolant temp?
I'll take it for a spin and check. Thanks for your help.

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Coolant temp was 204*
I can't get an oil temp on the SCT Livewire.

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need to get a gauge or find someone who has a scan tool that can datalog oil temp..

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