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6.0l Supercharger Over Rev

My 2005 F-350 has had issues with putting a load behind it lately. If I have at least 5000lbs or more behind me and I get on a hard pull up a hill the truck will put itself in a limp mode, light comes on and it wont build over 12lbs of boost. A friend of mine hooked his diagnostic tool up to it and the code said something along the lines of a supercharger over rev issue. He had also said the limp mode issue may be due to it defueling itself from building to much boost. All of my turbo hoses and lines are in good shape. Has anyone had this problem or know about it, feedback would be appreciated, thanks!
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sounds like the veins in the turbo are stuck causing an over boost. Pull the turbo and give the veins a good cleaning.

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sounds like the veins in the turbo are stuck causing an over boost. Pull the turbo and give the veins a good cleaning.
Yep, what he said ^^^^. And by the way, these trucks have turbo chargers not super chargers.

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There are times when an owner should take their vehicle to a mechanic because they don't have enough knowledge and experience to troubleshoot and repair an issue themselves.

This is one of those times.

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There are times when an owner should take their vehicle to a mechanic because they don't have enough knowledge and experience to troubleshoot and repair an issue themselves.

This is one of those times.

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What fun is that? What are you gonna learn from that? Get er done man! Get in there and tear into that sucker! Dont be scared!

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If the owner of a 6.0 Powerstroke believes he has a problem with his supercharger, I wouldn't encourage that individual to work on his own engine.

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If the owner of a 6.0 Powerstroke believes he has a problem with his supercharger, I wouldn't encourage that individual to work on his own engine.

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jeez guys bust the guys chop cause he gets a term wrong. How many times have I seen somebody on here use the term "gas" instead of fuel or diesel? Should that guy never fill up his own truck again? The dude's on his second post.
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sounds like the veins in the turbo are stuck causing an over boost. Pull the turbo and give the veins a good cleaning.
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@kinnisoj... Right on...
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