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Old 12-02-2012, 12:47 PM
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Truck won't go at take off need advise please

I have a 2004 ford f250 6.0 with 130k miles
No cat
Egr delete
Afe cold air intake
No programmer

Starts fine and easy. Try to take off and it goes super slow and the tac moves super slow. And then when it hits about 1800-2000 rpm it will start to go pretty good. Still not how I feel it should be going and definitely runs horrible at take off. I am going to run codes tomorrow. And see what that tells me. Just didn't know if anyone has experienced the same issue?
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Vgt?

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Old 12-02-2012, 06:21 PM
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Trying that tomorrow. Let u know what happens. Do I just swap them out? Do I need to disconnect batteries to reseat anything ?
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Do you have a monitor, are you getting unusual smoke? Have you checked fuel filters, does it start ok? Does it idle smoothly? Do you have the blue spring update, have you checked the cac boots, exhaust leaks?

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Do you have a monitor, are you getting unusual smoke? Have you checked fuel filters, does it start ok? Does it idle smoothly? Do you have the blue spring update, have you checked the cac boots, exhaust leaks?

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Reset VGT ran good. Parked it drove it today 2 days later and something no power.
No monitor, no smoke of any kind, new fuel filters, starts perfect every time, idles perfect,
What is blue spring update? Checked all boots and exhaust good.
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Gonna have to pull turbo and clean it. Sounds like the vanes are sticking.
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Gonna have to pull turbo and clean it. Sounds like the vanes are sticking.
That stinks. How much does that cost? That's to much for me to take on pretty hard job?
Could it be any kind of sensor or something ?
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That stinks. How much does that cost? That's to much for me to take on pretty hard job?
Could it be any kind of sensor or something ?
It's not that hard of a job. If you have decent wrenching skills, you could do it. I can find you a write up on it.
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It's not that hard of a job. If you have decent wrenching skills, you could do it. I can find you a write up on it.
So u thinking that's what it is ? Have u experienced same problem ?
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So u thinking that's what it is ? Have u experienced same problem ?
Yeah, and most people with a 6.0 has. Not uncommon for them to stick.
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