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post #1 of 2 Old 07-02-2012, 04:17 PM Thread Starter
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turbo clean?

well my 2005 6.0 ccsb is starting to give me early signs that that the turbo is due for a good cleaning. going up hill i wont have any boost unless i put foot to WOT then turbo kicks on. i wont build any boost until i get up to about 10mph. i am thinking the vanes are sticking on me. i am wondering if there is a post on here to tell me how to take apart turbo, clean turbo, and put turbo back together correctly? this will be my first time taking apart a turbo sso some good pics and instructions will be very helpful. i have a stock turbo by the way!! thanks
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I am taking the day off work tomorrow to do the exact same thing. I went on youtube and watched some videos on it. It does not look to be that difficult. As long as you make your marks to you can reassemble it correctly. I was just wondering what anti sieze is the best to use when reassebling the turbo.
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