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Old 12-29-2012, 09:56 AM
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03' 6.0 no boost/ loss of power no codes

So heres some background on the problem, Christmas day had my plow on the truck and it started over heating... EOT and ECT 230's... Got it home slowly, took the plow off, changed tune to 50 hp tow tune. I went to drive it and it would not build boost( no sputtering or smoke) stopped and read the codes and icp circuit fault po2623 i believe? The connector was covered in oil so i replaced the harness, icp and ipr. Took it out and it drove fine until the next day (today) it lost power and no boost randomly. I cant find any help on the inet and its not throwing any codes... Im tired of just replacing parts... any help or steer me in the right direction would be extremely helpful!
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Egr delete, blue spring upgrade, 6.4 banjo bolts, sct tuner, remanufactured ficm 2010- updated ficm program this year and lost some power/ milage(thats a different story) oil filter changed 1,000 miles ago with revx and both fuel filters changed 3 months ago.
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Is the turbo spooling up? You either have a leak somewhere maybe a boot going to the intercooler or turbo. Ebp sensor could be cloged , maybe just need to clean turbo. The veins are sticking in the turbo. Do you have a monitor? If so, what is your vgt reading?


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cleaned the ebp sensor when i did the icp and ipr but the tube that goes to the header looks dirty still. Ill try to pop it off and clean it real good. I have a sct tuner so i cant read the vgt? Would that be a duty cycle that I can read using a multimeter? And is there a simple cleaning procedure for the turbo or does that mean removing the band clamp, the wheel and bearing shaft, etc?


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i think your ebp sensor does not function in your year... I have a 2004.5 and i know in my year they deleted the sensor in the program- its still in the truck but does not function.. Not positive this is the case as well with your truck but just something to think about in narrowing down the problem. Check your MAP hose connection. The barb fitting that the hose connects to the intake can get clogged up
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MAP hose is connected and seems to have no leaks, is there a way to clean that sensor?


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take he map hose off the intake and stick a small pocket control screw driver in barb fitting hole. This fitting can get clogged and that will not let the turbo spool up
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and take the hose off itself from the sensor and blow thru it making sure its clear
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10-4 thank youall for your help, ill give that a shot!


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To clean the turbo you have to remove it. If you have never done this, it is probably a good idea to clean it. Do a you tube search on how to clean 6.0 turbo.
The dealer sells a turbo reconditioning kit but you don't need the kit but you will need a turbo install kit and a drill with a scotch pad attachments. You can get those at any hardware store. You will need some high temp. antiseize compound.

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