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Old 03-27-2014, 05:05 PM
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2012 6.7 Blown Turbo Metal in Exhaust

Was leaving my apartment today and all of a sudden heard a loud pop, turbo spool, then white smoke. Pulled over immediately to find metal in the exhaust. Engine would crank and idle with no engine codes shown. No metal shreds were visible at the intake side of the turbo. Noticeable size chunks were evident it was part of the wheel. Not sure, but I'm guessing my exhaust turbo wheel shattered??? Calling Dealership tomm to discuss warranty and how to get it fixed. Truck was bought with 59,xxx miles and now has 77,xxx, but was purchased with a full power train lifetime warranty. Greatttt!
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Old 03-27-2014, 05:21 PM
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That should be a 5 year 100,000 mi. warranty.
The metal actually made it through the cat, DPF, SCR, and muffler? lol thats crazy.
If they tell you the turbo isnt warranty, I can check to make sure they arent screwing you if I have your VIN and the part number for the turbo. I dont know turbo base # of the top of my head. I haven't seen any 6.7s grenade a turbo at the dealer I work for.
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Old 03-27-2014, 05:23 PM
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Bought it used, used dealer gave me a lifetime powetrain warranty on it. Exhaust is deleted with no muffler. Chunks the size of half a dime made it to the tip.
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