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Old 06-25-2013, 07:53 PM
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Turbo going out? Sound clip from the tailpipe

2007 6.0 5" exhaust, grinding sound from tail pipe, also a high pitch whistle passenger side rear of engine.

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Starts around 0:22

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Had it at the dealer twice already under warranty, they claim its the after market intake and exhaust. Sounds to me like the thrust bearing has gone out... thoughts?
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Could be a broken baffle in the muffler. What type muffler do you have?
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Muffler is a perforated tube, Ford says its a cracked up pipe. Checked it today and yes the passenger side up pipe accordion thing is cracked, explains the whistle. It doesn't explain the can of rocks sound coming from the exhaust. They want $1300 to fix the up pipe before further diagnosis. Turbo is under warranty but not the pipes, got 3000 more miles before its out.

Plan was to do an EGR delete with up pipe after warranty was out, they said it would void it. So..... not sure what to do at this point.
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Clip from under the truck next to the pipe.

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Better quality on the last one; thanks!

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It doesn't explain the can of rocks sound coming from the exhaust.
I really didn't hear the rattle. It sounded pretty much like a leaking exhaust. Whistle and a bit of rumble.

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In the first clip the engine is off, between 0:04 and 0:10 if you turn the volume way up you can here it pretty good, not as good as in person but that's my buddys iphone for ya. The slip joint is loose but I don't see it rattling after the engine has been shut off. We are going to pull the turbo and have a look.
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sound to me like mine when the up-pipe wasnt seated just perfectly to the turbo and the flang bolts....took us and entire 20 mins and few salor words and the problem was fixed.

even if it wasnt before its only a hr tops and it could be your problem.
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