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I've searched, read and can't find anything on this:

my 01 Excursion w/211k lit the ses light the other day on the way home from dallas. code was low boost pressure. shortly after that it started defueling the motor around 2500 rpms. map line is clear, intercooler boots are tight. The clamp coming from the y-pipe to the turbo was loose so I tightened it up but the ses light is still on and it still stalls @ 3000rpms. Any ideas as to what's going on? It is a California model excursion. I don't know if that matters.

I'm baffled...

2000 F250 CC PSD 4x4 Long Bed, 8" Lift, 40x13.5x17 GoodYear MTR's, Dynatrac Upgrades Front & Rear, 4.56 Gears, Custom Leather Seats, Frontier and Ranch Hand Bumpers, EBPV Delete, Straight Pipe Exit in front of Rear Wheels, Regulated Fuel Return, Gauges, DIY Tymar, Zoodad Mod, CCV Mod, Limo Tint, Hide away Gooseneck hitch, blah, blah, blah

01 Excursion, Limited, DIY Tymar, CCV, Zoodad, 5.9k mod
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