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Old 10-07-2012, 08:18 AM
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HELP PLEASE Turbo ARP studs

Just had my arp headstuds installed and went to pick the truck up. at sertain rpms i heard a grinding and it wouldnt accelerate. i took it back and he drove it. sound got worse then black and white/bluish smoke went every where and grinding sound was horribly loud. took filter off and turbo shaft moving badly so i know the turbo is gone. what could have caused this. i just put the turbo on. it was an 03 turbo and i had it profesionaly cleaned 100-200 miles ago befor i put it on. i had a k@n intake on it and it pushes coolant out if theres to much. im wondering if were there was to much coolant it pushed out the degas bottle and into the intake causing the turbo to loose lubrication. that is all i can think of. whats yalls thought on this?
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Old 10-08-2012, 03:19 AM
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whats it take to get some help.
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How long did it sit?


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It takes patience.

I dont see how pushing coolant out would cause a turbo bearing to fail. A blocked oil tube could. Did the shop kink one?

possibly someone that has had the same problem will see this post and chime in. but alot of people only check the boards when they are at work and are board I think.
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