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Old 03-18-2012, 07:51 AM
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6.4 missing down on the low end....

I purchased my 6.4 back in november and have been adding stuff ever since. So far this is where i'm at; I have a black maxx with the 300 tune, s & b intake, 4'' turbo back straight pipe, cold side pipe, new boots and clamps, and an afe intercooler. After adding the cold side pipe and intercooler I began to miss down low. So thats why I have the boots, thinking there may have been a leak. My question for you guys is did I reach the point where I need a custom tune? The truck ran fine prior to the cold side pipe and intercooler. When I am above 2000 rpm or so and boost kicks in the truck is fine, but down low is stumbles or misses. It doesn't matter which tune I run, I've changed the fuel filters, recently changed the oil, have done a coolant flush and been trying to get this thing in shape. Any advice or feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thanks guys!
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Old 03-19-2012, 04:56 PM
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You guys don't have any advice? Anything would be appreciated. I'm new to the diesel world and could use your help.
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If a Diesel motor is stumbling or missing there is a problem. With the limited information you have given it could be anything from fuel to injectors, head gaskets, tuning, wiring.
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Did you check for codes....if not that would be my first step. It could be a one of, or a combination of problems. Crank, sensor, map sensor, fuel delivery (Injectors) are some possibilities. Does your truck blow smoke upon start up (If so what color)? Rough start? Check your coolant, are you missing any, is so start looking for the source (Head gaskets, cooler?)

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Does the truck actually stumble and have a rough idle, or does it just appear to have a lack of power with no other actual sounds?
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Sounds like ebp sensor cleaning time or turbo actuator acting up

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Old 03-20-2012, 06:32 PM
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Sounds like ebp sensor cleaning time or turbo actuator acting up

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Ditto, a legit possibilty.....I had an isue years ago on my 5.9 that sounds very similiar. It ended up being a map sensor.
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Ditto, a legit possibilty.....I had an isue years ago on my 5.9 that sounds very similiar. It ended up being a map sensor.
yep map to I forgot ..did both 2 days apart

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Old 03-21-2012, 05:27 AM
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yep map to I forgot ..did both 2 days apart

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Are the map sensor and ebp sensor hard to get to?
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Are the map sensor and ebp sensor hard to get to?
Ebp is left side close to fire wall at top ..
If u did egr delete it was the small tube that ran off your pipe where u took the lower cooler off ...ford sells the hole tube and sensor or international sells just the sensor 1846480c2 is there number the map is one of the 2 that are just under your intake pipe on top of your intake manifold right side I think it was the one closer to the front of the truck its a three wire sensor 1846481c92 is the international part number I don't have the ford numbers cause its way cheeper from international

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