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post #1 of 44 Old 10-08-2012, 06:17 PM Thread Starter
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I think I blew my turbo

Was hauling my rv today came to a stop sign and then took off again next thing I know loud sound came from the front soud like sirens so I pulled over to check it out then heard turbo make noise and had 0 boost. Truck won't go over 10mph and lots of smoke from tail pipe Had it towed to the dealer but bad part is truck still moded wonder what there gonna say.

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At least take off the Mini Maxx.


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Definitely take out the tuner and flash it to stock, as long as it's not major motor work Ford won't dig too deep into the ECM to check for alterations. If it's strictly the turbo and not the whole engine the dealership will most likely cover it if the tuner isn't in, don't know what to tell you about the lack of DPF exhaust though


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Cha-ching lol. Good luck man


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What ford dealer you go to? let us know how it goes



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Well they look at today and said bad turbo did net like the fact that everything was deleted so they blam it on that and the chip. Service manger said with mods it has they will not cover it for warranty.

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How much is that gonna run?


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You don't have much of a leg to stand on. However that being said, they need to find out what blew the turbo. If it was for instance a lack of lubrication due to a failed oil supply line, that would be covered under warranty. Had this issue on some subaru's, they placed a banjo bolt on the oil supply line and never mentioned it or specified a time to clean/replace it. So when people had their banjo bolt clog up, oil no longer went to the turbo. Most people were able to get their turbo replaced as a "good will gesture" but really we know it was subaru's mistake. Don't get me wrong, I love my subaru though and I did not have this issue, but I am aware of it.

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