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Turbo goes into limp mode after 200 miles.

I have an 03 6.0 and every 200 miles the turbo gets gets loud and sounds like it blows air out of the air box(cuts out i guess)while accelerating. If i unplug the batteries and reset the system it runs great. Could this be a VGT sensor?Everytime this happens it throws a check engine light. Thanks For the Help!!
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Do you have a monitor in the truck that can read live data? If not we're shooting in the dark trying to figure this out.

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No. Bone stock. But we have checked the trouble codes when the engine light comes on and its alway P132B VGT Sensor. The reason i haven't changed it yet is because i have been told by many that most likely its something else. Everyone tells me i need to pull the turbo and clean it. But it seems to me that its more of a sensor problem since every time you reset the batteries it runs great.
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There isn't a vgt sensor it's the vgt actuator. Take the turbo apart and clean it and go from there.

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