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post #1 of 20 Old 02-23-2014, 03:10 PM Thread Starter
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Turbo hiss?

Hi I just noticed a hissing noise in my cab yesterday, I've check my cac system connections and there all good. You can sometimes smell exhaust in the cab aswell, I looked under the hood and believe the noise is comming from the turbo, I had my brother in law (diesel tech) look at it and he thinks the turbos have a gap? Which might be the issue? But I also just installed a egr delete kit so I'm thinking it may be the driver side manifold? Not sure! Need oppinions!! Thanks!


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I would guess a leaking up pipe. Check the cross over pipe for soot. Also check the bellows.

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I will do that thanks!


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No problem. If it is the cross over pipe you can get rid of that pipe and relocate the ebp sensor. If its the actual up pipe you will need to replace. There are companies that make more heavy duty up pipes or you can go with 6.0 manifolds and custom up pipes.

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Usually when an up-pipe flex splits it will cause a hissing noise and smell from the back of the engine. I typically see the RH flex split but the others can do it too.

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My drivers side has blown twice.


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Yes checked it out more today and that's exactly what it was!! Does it require removing the cab or tranny to replace this?


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Could this of cracked because of the egr delete?



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Is it the crossover pipe with the ebp sensor or is it the actual drivers side up pipe?

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I thought the up pipe at first but after looking at diagrams and pics it looks Like it's the flex on the crossover pipe that I put the block off plate on. Thinking of relocating the block off to the main up pipe.


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