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truck blows black and turbo barks while driving

Hey guys my brothers 04 6.0 has been blowing black smoke and the turbo barks causing truck to shake while driving under normal conditions and it's gets worse pulling a load but if u drive it with the pedal mashed all the time it's fine what could this be.
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Does it still have the EGR valve? Turbo could be sticking also which could explain the "barking" sound.

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The easy thing to do first would be to clean the egr valve. And while your at it pull the turbo and clean that up as well. All sorts of "how to" videos on you tube. And dont get scared when you open the hood and see that mess of hoses. Turbo R/R is a fairly simple job.
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OK thanks guys and yes he still has the egr valve were going to pull that and clean it and before I pull the turbo is their a way I can check the vgt solenoid to insure that isn't at fault
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You would have to have a good scan tool or Auto Enginuity to do so. The solenoids themselves rarely go bad but turbos sticking is an extremely common issue.
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K and his ficm has been going out could this also cause this
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You can get those 1" arbors to clean the turbo from harbor freight for about 8$. The first one I bought at napa was 22$. so harbor freight it if you can.

My turbo would bark, I call it turbo farts. After I took it apart and cleaned it all up it doesn't do it anymore. My turbo had 77K miles and it and looked pretty sooty.
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K I'm sure it's the turbo it just seems to lose boost then kicks back on
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K and his ficm has been going out could this also cause this
FICM won't cause the turbo issue.

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K and his ficm has been going out could this also cause this
No, but I would get that taken care of before you drive it anymore and do more damage. Replacing 8 injectors and a ficm is not a cheap fix. Get the ficm fixed before you wipe out all your injectors.
If you can go bpd there ficm is indestructible or Ed at ficmrepair is also a good choice.
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